theraphosinae

  1. The Grym Reaper

    Theraphosinae sp. "Sol Del Mayo"

    Did a search on here and the only thread I could find wasn't answered with much other than a correction of the OP's spelling of the name, the only pics I can find are of slings, and it seems that there is no information at all to be found anywhere. Has anyone kept these or know anything about...
  2. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Rehoused Sunspot so I thought I'd grab some pics while I was at it.
  3. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Rehoused Sunspot so I thought I'd grab some pics while I was at it.
  4. Fangless Theraphosinae sp. Panama Adult Female

    Fangless Theraphosinae sp. Panama Adult Female

    It's been six months that I have been manually feeding this girl and she is still hanging in there. She sure is skinny, though. I'm not sure she will make it through her next moult, but I am not giving up on her.
  5. Fangless Theraphosinae sp. Panama Adult Female

    Fangless Theraphosinae sp. Panama Adult Female

    It's been six months that I have been manually feeding this girl and she is still hanging in there. She sure is skinny, though. I'm not sure she will make it through her next moult, but I am not giving up on her.
  6. The Grym Reaper

    Systematic revision of Brachypelma, new genus described.

    I'll link to it below. In short, the genus has been split in two with the "red-legged" species and albiceps staying in Brachypelma and the "red rumped" species being moved to the newly created genus, Tliltocatl. Brachypelma now consists of B. albiceps, B. auratum, B. baumgarteni, B. boehmei, B...
  7. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Sunspot rocking his new suit.
  8. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Sunspot rocking his new suit.
  9. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Sunspot rocking his new suit.
  10. Theraphosinae sp. Panama No Fangs

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama No Fangs

    This girl lost her fangs in her last moult and here she is drinking her bug soup. I've removed her water dish, so this is her only option. It seems to be working and her abdomen is getting a bit bigger. I hope that I can get her to her next moult.
  11. Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Sunspot being all pretty and stuff.
  12. Theraphosinae sp. Panama Mature Male

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama Mature Male

    It has been so difficult to get a half decent photograph of this little dude - I rarely see him outside his burrow. I think that might be the remnants of a sperm web too. I hope so, because I have a female waiting. :)
  13. Theraphosinae sp. 'Panama'

    Theraphosinae sp. 'Panama'

    Sunspot rocking his new suit
  14. Theraphosinae sp. 'Panama'

    Theraphosinae sp. 'Panama'

    Sunspot rocking his new suit
  15. Theraphosinae sp. Panama Sub-Adult Female

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama Sub-Adult Female

    Did I read somewhere that this species might be getting placed into Hapalopus?
  16. Is She Mature?

    Is She Mature?

    This was taken within a couple of hours of her moulting and was not given time to dry out. Species is Theraphosinae sp. Panama and she is 2.5".
  17. Theraphosinae sp. panama

    Theraphosinae sp. panama

    Theraphosinae sp. panama 2"
  18. Theraphosinae Sp Panama

    Theraphosinae Sp Panama

  19. Theraphonsinae sp. Panama Female

    Theraphonsinae sp. Panama Female

    I rehoused these two, which gave me an opportunity to get some better photos of them. I have one moult confirmed female and one suspect female. They end up being smaller than I had originally been told. This is an awesome species - easy to care for, not prone to fasting, and mostly always visible.
  20. Theraphosinae Sp Panama

    Theraphosinae Sp Panama

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