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AgentD006las

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H. lividum freshly molted. 0.1.0



E. cyanognathus baby 0.0.1 "Master Fang"



Aphonopelma sp. "New River Rust rump" "Arti"


C. huahini 0.1.0 "Sami" named after my sister.. Blonde and mean. {D



C. cyaneopubescens 0.0.1 goldy



L. parahybana 0.1.0 "spotly" first of 4 to get urticating hair patch in.



Maraca cabocla!!! 1 of my 4 slings



A. diversipes 1 of 2




H. gigas 1.0.0


C. fasciatum 1.0.0



B. emilia 0.1.0



G. pulchripes 0.0.1



Freshly molted G. pulchripes female



B. smithi 1.0.0 "Romeo"



C. cyaneopubescens 0.1.0 "Jezebel"




H. maculata 0.1.0 Dont try this at home unless you want to get bit.



H. albostriatum 0.1.0 "Zuit"



Dont attempt this please.




Parvula parphysa 0.0.1



Euathlus sp. (instert color form)




A. avicularia fresh MM "first aboreal I bought." "Peachy" {D


G. rosea possibly gravid female
 

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AgentD, Still lacking a blue spider in my collect...... and certainly one with iridescent pink. Hmmm? Too many possibilities!!

Awesome pics and thanks for sharing, :D

Terry
 

AgentD006las

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Few more.

P. ornata 0.1.0 "Justice"








P. irminia 0.1.0 "Faith" She used to have a cyst on her abdomen. I drained and patched her with super glue and she survived. :eek: She molted 3 times since.



T. gigas 0.0.1 "Apollo"


Thanks for lookin!! More to come. I have lots of slings :D hopefully i can get some good shots of them soon. :}
 

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nice pics, and beautifull T's. i have a blue fang that's that size and i noticed the green sheen it once had on the rump has turned to red, have you noticed this in yours? just curious. thanks for sharing.
 

AgentD006las

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nice pics, and beautifull T's. i have a blue fang that's that size and i noticed the green sheen it once had on the rump has turned to red, have you noticed this in yours? just curious. thanks for sharing.
I think i did notice it, but wasnt too sure of the change. It seems to have changed in one molt drasticly now that i look at other photos. Cool :)
 

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ya, same here, one molt turned it red. how are you liking the Maraca cabocla? i'm getting one next week. can't wait.
 

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ya, same here, one molt turned it red. how are you liking the Maraca cabocla? i'm getting one next week. can't wait.
They are a bit skittish at 1". They like to hide in the sub. Mine tend not to take pre killed prey. :? Other than that im still getting to know them. :)
 

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Finally some more pics.

0.1.0 P. miranda "khali"



Freshly molted :}



A few days later..



She threw up this crazy pose when I changed her water. :clap:



0.1.0 Aphonopelma sp. "new river"



0.1.0 freshly molted Maraca cabocla



1.0.0 GBB 005



0.1.0 GBB 002




0.1.0 GBB 001



0.1.0 G. pulchra 001




0.1.0 G. pulchra 002



0.1.0 P. ornata "Justice"





0.1.0 P. ornata 002




1.0.0 6" Penultimate P. ornata


0.1.0 P. pederseni



Now gravid.. (Mated then layed a dud sac.)



0.1.0 H. lividum



1.0.0 Avicularia diversipes (sold)


0.1.0 Theraphosa sp. "Big bertha"




0.1.0 P. formosa




1.0.0 B. smithi "romeo" stretching his freshly molted exo.


More soon to come!
Thanks for looking!!! :worship:
 

AgentD006las

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Thanks, :) I am really behind on this photo thread. :eek: I need to take more pics soon.
 

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ya i agree with everyone!...awsome pics!...def keep em comin!
 

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Super Glue patch P irimia

Awesome, Dont know if this is a typical fix for T's, thats hella cool that it worked. How did you manage the drain on the cyst with this being such an aggressive species. Great pics, "Justice" is my Fav.
 

AgentD006las

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I put her into a plastic bag with the corner cut out and operated from the outside. She was tired after i got her in there and relaxed for me. :eek: She is now an adult and possibly gravid. She has been looking fat! LOL
 
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AgentD006las

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0.1.0 P. miranda 001 "khali"




0.0.1 G. iheringi



0.1.0 Euathlus pulcherrimaklaasi



1.0.0 M. cabocla



0.1.0 P. ornata 002 (Mid molt)




0.0.1 A. brocklehursti 1/4"



0.1.0 G. pulchra 001



0.1.0 B. emilia 2 days after a molt
 

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Awsome pics man!,...i love the euathlus bed head look!,...and the last brachy photo...wow!....and nice poeci shots as usual!
 

AgentD006las

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:D Thank you! :worship: More to come! Lots of spideys molting. :razz:
 

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Yes nice collection! I have heard about that P miranda threat pose. It is the only Poecilotheria that makes this pose?
 

AgentD006las

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Yes nice collection! I have heard about that P miranda threat pose. It is the only Poecilotheria that makes this pose?
As far as I know, yes. I haven't seen or heard of any other Poecs. doing it. P. metallica might be a canidate to do it but that's just my guess. That miranda only did that pose one time(post molt) before it passed away. Such a docile species even when bluffing.
 

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That is very intresting from an evolutionary point of view! Why? Why is it that jast one speicies from one genus of tarantulas do that??? Do you have a clue? Or someone else?
 
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