unsexed

  1. Phamphobeteus insignis

    Phamphobeteus insignis

    Phamphobeteus insignis
  2. Phamphobeteus insignis

    Phamphobeteus insignis

    Phamphobeteus insignis
  3. Phamphobeteus insignis

    Phamphobeteus insignis

    Phamphobeteus insignis
  4. Phamphobeteus insignis

    Phamphobeteus insignis

    Phamphobeteus insignis
  5. Psalmopoeus irminia Juvenile

    Psalmopoeus irminia Juvenile

    2" P. irminia, just molted in to it's first juvenile colours after 2 months in my care. I waited 5 days for it to nicely harden up before transferring it out of it's 16oz deli cup enclosure in to something more spacious.
  6. Avicularia avicularia M6 (metallica) Spiderling

    Avicularia avicularia M6 (metallica) Spiderling

    Rehoused this little tyke today and they were an angel.
  7. No food today

    No food today

    Unsexed P. auratus approx 4.5 dls. Has not molted in my possession yet. Suspect male but not verified. If this genus isn't eating you know a molt is coming.
  8. Phrynus whitei Freshly Moulted

    Phrynus whitei Freshly Moulted

    The largest of my Amblypygi currently. Glorious tyke who isn't that skittish and tolerates me taking photos.
  9. Phrynus decoratus (Cuba) Hunting

    Phrynus decoratus (Cuba) Hunting

    Love this little tyke... couldn't care less that I am watching.
  10. T. apophysis Sling Feeding

    T. apophysis Sling Feeding

    I really don't like posting pictures of slings, but they're exceptions when I love a sling a lot that I'll post a picture of them.
  11. Androctonus crassicauda 3rd instar other pic

    Androctonus crassicauda 3rd instar other pic

  12. Androctonus crassicauda 3rd instar feeding

    Androctonus crassicauda 3rd instar feeding

    Chunky little thing moved around so much hard time getting the camera to focus
  13. 3rd instar Androctonus crassicauda behaviour to ambush prey

    3rd instar Androctonus crassicauda behaviour to ambush prey

    Really neat behaviour sticking their claws out and waiting for something to pass by
  14. Eupalaestrus weijenberghi Spiderling

    Eupalaestrus weijenberghi Spiderling

    They might be tiny now, but they have doubled in size since I got them. They have both burrowed to the very bottom of the vial too. You can see the little hole in the bottom right.
  15. Androctonus crassicauda money-shot

    Androctonus crassicauda money-shot

    3rd instar finally got a decent pick the thing is very active and molted a week and a half ago 1.5” body-length
  16. Androctonus crassicauda feeding

    Androctonus crassicauda feeding

    Quite a fearless little guy/girl I believe it's 3rd instar! About an inch and a quarter in body length!
  17. Androctonus crassicauda feeding full-body picture

    Androctonus crassicauda feeding full-body picture

    Showing off it's prey!
  18. Androctonus crassicauda feeding

    Androctonus crassicauda feeding

    This little fearless bugger was out and about inspecting that new cork bark piece it's under, and I dropped in some prey and this ensued!
  19. 2 and a half year old Brachypelma albopilosum raised freebie

    2 and a half year old Brachypelma albopilosum raised freebie

    Got this little one as a freebie as a 1/4" sling from TarantulaCanada, loved seeing how furry it's gotten as well as it's voracious appetite! Despite all the extravagantly colourful species I've kept, there is something incredibly endearing about how simply furry and fun this species is to raise!
  20. Androctonus crassicauda scorpling molted today after 2 weeks of standing still!

    Androctonus crassicauda scorpling molted today after 2 weeks of standing still!

    Purchased as a 1/2" from TarantulaCanada shoutouts to Amanda and Martin and The Spiderman on YouTube - wonderful people answered the million questions I had about raising a desert species in captivity!
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