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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by basin79, Aug 26, 2016.
Bloody nora. Another surprise for me.
look almost like a H sp bach ma, nice species to have. but hyper defensive. lol
great addition there!
And another. I'll have have wake up really early more often.
Yes. She's spirited. And all the better for it.
Awesome T I don't mind not seeing them as long as they eat haha. Liked and subscribed the the way
Ha ha ha. Of course being a T owner you've got to accept not seeing them. But bloody hell it's nice when you do. I hope she gains some confidence but I'm not holding my breath.
Definitely! If anything, the fact that they hide so much makes the brief moments you do see them amazing. Like seeing a shooting star lmao
Poecilotheria Tigrinawesseli. Phone pics through the glass. I'd love to be able to get some pics of her with my camera. She's showing quite a lot of purple now.
Camera phone pics through glass.
Warning contains a HEAT MAT!!!! Viewer discretion advised.
Also a couple of expletives.
Nice mesomelas im keen to buy some of the M. peterklaasi
I may as well make this my T thread. Fed this lass again as her abdomen was tiny after her shed. She needs feeding up.
Someone needs to tell my Hati Hati that she's not a Bach Ma. She's been a busy girl and made her subterranean dwellings more ample.
Well this is what my Cyriopagopus Hati Hati's enclosure looks like now. She's obviously seen a pic of a Cyriopagopus sp Bach Ma and assumed she is one.
She's dug out all that sub on the left and more that's she's tipped at the side and front. Her tunnel/chamber goes diagonal to the side.
Beautiful enclosure! I'm sure that's a happy spider.
I think she's dug through the plants roots.
At last!!! I own a Avicularia versicolor. She's unbelievably stunning. I'm awe struck. I grabbed a few pics of her and a video. She'll now be left well alone to fully settle in.