- Jun 16, 2003
anybody have any info on this species? tempermant, growth rate, how hardy they are etc?
Note the proper spelling by "Arachnoporium"... it's Bonnetina cyaneifemur.anybody have any info on this species? tempermant, growth rate, how hardy they are etc?
Can someone confirm this?
From what info ive found, keep slings a little on the moist side with a semi-deep substrate (like to burrow). Once they become juviniles will do fine like a bracky, dry with a water source.
Ill be getting mine in a couple weeks and just want to double check.
Can I assume from the name ( cyaneifemur ) that they have blue leggs ? Is that why the pics don't do it justice ?[/QUOTE
Blue femur's to be more specific and as the name implies, and yes they need to be in appropriate light to really show it off.
yep...blue femurs...and the legs are black otherwise with a rusty red cephalothorax and abdomen...really is one of the prettiest tarantulas i've owned...even if she is tiny right nowCan I assume from the name ( cyaneifemur ) that they have blue leggs ? Is that why the pics don't do it justice ?
You're not going to notice much difference. (This is assuming the stuff in the hobby is really 2 different species to begin with).Ive been researching both the Cyan. and Rudloffi (sp) and I absolutely cannot see and difference between the 2, especially on the 2 pics in the Bonnetina gallery. (cant remember who had the one posted, but both shots same camera and appears same flash, next to a ruler).
So what are the major discerning differences between these two?
Thanks for looking.cant remember who had the one posted, but both shots same camera and appears same flash, next to a ruler).
Do you remember what the differances were? I still have the male (in alcohol)I do recall Vol mentioning that the biggest difference lies in the mature males?