Advan's pic thread

Ellenantula

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Incredible -- as impressed with the photography as I am with the Ts! Excellent in every way -- glad you shared these.
 

advan

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advan said:
Thanks David! The girls are ready, I just need him to mature!
This boy matured. :D

Love your pictures! You ever sell of these beauties?!?!
Thank you! I do but mainly wholesale. Search the classifieds for my latest ad. :)

Incredible -- as impressed with the photography as I am with the Ts! Excellent in every way -- glad you shared these.
Thanks! :D

Spectacular last couple of shots Chad! :O
Thanks Michael! Almost, almost thought about stacking. ;)

Beautiful shots, Chad! That P. everetti looks stunning!
Thanks Jan! They are an awesome species!

Adult male Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli


Adult female Chilobrachys dyscolus "blue" (South Vietnam)






Crop


Poecilotheria rufilata(bred by Jacobi, dropped off my half early in person)




To read about Michael Jacobi's visit to the Twin Cities, see blog #54 here>>> Clicky
 
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Thanks Jan, too bad they don't stay this color.

Thanks David! Hopefully he got his job done! :D

I do not. This one is still small and in a 32oz deli. I have the brown thumb when it comes to plants. I might look into fake bromelialds when it gets larger and if it is a girl. :)

Adult male Poecilotheria ornata





Penultimate male Haplopelma sp. 'Bach Ma'




aah i remember a few of my attempts ended that way.
Hopefully all went successful
Ive been on this site a few days in a row now, and am afraid i need to get back into the hobby for good.
Just got all caught up on yours and jasons pic threads and am amazed at how you both keep outdoing yourselves with your collections, as well as your knack for photography.
Good stuff man
 

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Congratulations on the Haplocosmia himalayana production! Beautiful animals...

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Thanks David! :D

That C. dyscolus "Blue" is BEAUTIFUL! *must_have!*
Agreed!

aah i remember a few of my attempts ended that way.
Hopefully all went successful
Ive been on this site a few days in a row now, and am afraid i need to get back into the hobby for good.
Just got all caught up on yours and jasons pic threads and am amazed at how you both keep outdoing yourselves with your collections, as well as your knack for photography.
Good stuff man
Thanks man, long time no see. Hopefully you are ready to get back into things full swing. :)

Lampropelma sp. 'Borneo'


Haplocosmia himalayana Top view


Side view


Cyriopagopus sp. 'Sumatra'


 

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I agree Chad, that MM P. tigrinawesseli is really beautiful!

Btw that last photo of the same post is one of my favorites of yours. :)
 

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Have you ever attempted to calculate the magnification on your macro shots? I can't help to notice the magnification range looks about the same as what I typically use with my stereomicrscope which is 10X-25X.
 
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