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Discussion in 'Other Spiders & Arachnids' started by Banshee05, Jun 15, 2009.
A. coronatus juvenile
One of my juvenile Heterophrynus batesii freshly molted into 4th instar
Beautifuk. I miss my H batesii. Guess I need to get some more next chance I get.
I keep coming back to this thread, and it is driving me nuts. That red legged P. decorus is amazing, as is that giant red-legged Hetero from Brazil.
We gotta do something about gettng some these in the states...what the heck?????
Damon diadema. At least it was sold to me as such. Freshly molted too!
take a look at my blog: http://www.seitermichael.com/blog/
here you see couple of more pictures; I will later on upload them here as well.
Awesome pictures! I'm so interested in these guys....
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Stygophrynus sp. Sulawesi
Awesome Tom, you have most of the species I want lol. Glad to see they're in the US!
Looks like someone has been in good contact with tarcan
That P. raptator looks very familiar - I hope you enjoy them, lovely beasts!
and tarcan/Martin seems to have good contacts to someone in Europa
What are some of your setups/methods of getting such great pictures? I need a new SD card for my camera but looking to get some good pictures. Do you use flash in darkness or have a light already on?
Can someone confirm my suspicion that this is a male?
it is a long time ago since I made an update here...you can see a lot at my blog, but here are some specials...
Stygophrynus sp.nov female
P.marginemaculatus female Cuba
P.sp.nov female Trinidad
H.sp. Colombia female
I need some A. coronatus in my life. Beautiful collection!!
coronatus are wonderful, I tried to get them here in Europa since many years..thanks to Martin who made it possible.
but in the US it should be not a big Problem to get some.
here are some more photos:
Michael, well, I get so many species from you! So at least I could help with one! Nice pictures as usual.