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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.
mystery avicularia update 3.5-4"
This thing is amazing.
Not that I really care, but I'd argue that ... I didn't get first dibs.... but bet I had the 2nd sac
PS. Nice one from Columbia Martin.
Really sorry, I'll take the rap for that -- I'm certain that Jamie would never have claimed anything which wasn't true, so I must have misunderstood and/or remembered incorrectly, we began our joint breeding project quite some time ago.
Congrats on your success with the 2nd sac! =)
A. laeta female
Name from where?
Based on the description by Mello Leitão, and not aware of other Avicularias in the same occurrence area
just wanna share my female Brazilian blue-green pinktoe.
my first time to post a photo btw. hope you like it.
Based on what within that description? I mean, I'm looking at this paper now and wonder what exactly from the Mello Leitão description is being used to identify that spider?
Who is not aware of others?
Based on Fukushima's thesis, A. taunayi is going to be a valid species of Avicularia... I'm just curious what identifies your spider as this species.
I haven't a clue if it is or isn't this species, just curious.
Feel free to correct me, Sir! Speak up if you got it before mine. I got some slings. That is what I care about Funny Avics, aren't they?
(I have no idea how I came across this thread btw but I LOVE that Avic. sp Colombia!)
my female metallica , Chelsea ...
My New Pinktoe (female?) (Avicularia sp. avicularia)
She's about 4.5-5 inches in legspan
grabbed the meal in the air
Sorry for the bad pictures, used the playbook... but still not sure what it could be. I will sex it this afternoon, since it just molted woo~
lol its messy, just got off the plane last night
nice lookin lady you hace there, Crysta
heres a couple of mine
A. metallica #1
A. metallica #2
lol thanks crawltech! I kinda want that metallica! lol ...she's so frosty
Wow, that's gorgeous!! Is that the little redish one you had, post molt?
Ditto on the comments on this one Crysta, very nice Avic! The strong blue hue really makes the red marling pop out at you