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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by basin79, Aug 26, 2016.
Your posts always make my day, especially since work decided to put me on my knees.
Just a couple of rubbish phone pics and a video. Juvenile Xenesthis immanis and she's a stunner. All be it a bald stunner.
Some crazy good photos my friend!
Keep it up.
What kind of camera are you using?
Cheers ears very much appreciated.
My older pics are with my Nikon D5500. Newer pics are with my Sony a7r iii.
I'll not be happy until I've made everyone see a tarantula's eyes the way I do. Little widows for their pilots to see out of.
I'm not sure your emilia really wanted that cricket.
She's a right little firecracker at feeding.
Sunlight + freshly moulted = stunner.
Noticed this lass was out which was odd as she's only recently moulted. Took the lid off her enclosure and the sunlight hit her and wow!!!!!!! Poured some water on her webbing and sure enough she had a good sup. Grabbed some quick pics as I've never seen her look so red.
This lass is a right little stunner. Harpactira pulchripes.
Look at her mohawk.
Pamphobeteus sp costa
This beautiful lass trapped today. Aphonopelma chalcodes.
Damn, I need a G. pulchra.