straighthorned tarantula

  1. Miss Hissypants (♀ Ceratogyrus marshalli 4"+)

    Miss Hissypants (♀ Ceratogyrus marshalli 4"+)

    The last time I saw her out all the way was seven months ago. At least she cooperated for a photoshoot.
  2. C. marshalli munching one of his first roaches after molt.

    C. marshalli munching one of his first roaches after molt.

    My craziest tarantula so far, I've never seen any of them bolting rounds the enclosure only because I pick it up. Absolutely fascinating. Of course he has to be standing proudly next to burried mini water dish I provide to all of my slings.
  3. Oh hell nah, you are not rehousing me! I am staying right here on this last piece of web..

    Oh hell nah, you are not rehousing me! I am staying right here on this last piece of web..

    People wonder why I call her Evil Little B. She must have bit the catch cup a dozen times before she finally walked out into her new and thank God her final home. C. Marshalli.
  4. <3

    <3

  5. C. Marshalli

    C. Marshalli

    Girl? Or boy? ‍
  6. C. Marshalli Evil Little B

    C. Marshalli Evil Little B

    Evil Little B never comes out. Not only did she stay out after taken off the lid of her enclosure but she stayed out for pictures. Yep, must buy a lottery ticket because luck is abundant tonight.
  7. C. Marshall Evil Little B

    C. Marshall Evil Little B

    I feel that I should go buy a lottery ticket right now. Evil Little B is my second worst pet hole. I see legs sometimes but a full body shot... oh my... and she let me take pictures.. oh my again.
  8. C. marshalli

    C. marshalli

  9. C. darlingi/marshalli

    C. darlingi/marshalli

    I couldn't resist my newest love; an adult female sold to me as darlingi but...? Meet Sarah *10 points guess the name reference
  10. C. Marshalli sling

    C. Marshalli sling

    Just love his black legs
  11. C. Marshalli sling

    C. Marshalli sling

    Yes, I still see you.
  12. C. marshalli, 3.5”-4”, Horn View

    C. marshalli, 3.5”-4”, Horn View

    Posted a ventral pic earlier, apparently horns can be an indicator as well?
  13. C. marshalli, about 4”

    C. marshalli, about 4”

  14. Little devil

    Little devil

  15. <3

    <3

  16. C. Marshalli “Evil Little B”

    C. Marshalli “Evil Little B”

    Here is one that I haven’t seen in a while. She normally grabs her food and back in the hole she goes. Today Evil Little B stayed long enough for me to grab some not so great pictures but I was still happy.
  17. Ceratogyrus Marshalli sex by the horn?

    Ceratogyrus Marshalli sex by the horn?

    I have been reading that in this species, only the females develop the horn. I am working on my ventral sexing skills and I chose female after a few hours of looking at her/him. There is a massive horn presence too. Is it true about the horn? Was I correct on the ventral sex identification?
  18. C marshalli

    C marshalli

    3"+ C marshalli. What do you guys think? Male or female?
  19. C. marshalli

    C. marshalli

    One year after final moult, still very active.
  20. Rear horn baboon?

    Rear horn baboon?

    This girl was sold to me as a Ceratogyrus darlingi but her hat has always molted out straight? Or straight ish. Sometimes it has a bit of a wiggle to it, but never pointed backwards. What is the best way to tell horned species apart?
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