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One of my favorite NW arboreals, whilst it is quite common in mexican hobby nowadays, back in 2004 when I started it was quite rare and expensive.
Foot, shape reminds me of an F22 fighter.
Side view of a foot.
I assume this is the pumping stomach.
The eye area from inside the molt, illuminated from outside.
Eye section of the molt, taken from the underside (inside the spider). Looks like a little "iris" in each one to reduce the aperture, if like a...
The eye section of the molt from above. Looks like a little bullet hole in the center of each.
Foot. She was 4 1/4" dls prior to this molt, hasn't come out where I can measure her yet after molting, but she did take out the trash. I'm amazed...
Newly molt at 3.5" to 4" DLS confirmed FEMALE, you can still see those transparent legs, cant wait to post another pic when it turns to black.
Thought some of you might appreciate some cute leg markings
Looks Female, can anyone confirm?
At 3"3.5" DLS
Looking for the sex of this spooder. If it is not too young. Tried to look on google but was overwhelmed.
I hope I posted this in the right...
Green on carapace, pretty legs and that butt... I guess I might share that with you as well.