Derpy Tarantula Picture Thread

starnaito

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Some kind of yoga move by my A. avicularia:
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My G. pulchripes peeking:
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And this is my A. genic's favorite pose:
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Kiraral

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Great idea for a thread!
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Queenie was very glad her now home included a water dish!
 

maggiefiasco

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My G. rosea is the weirdest with her positions! She loves to see how many legs she can get off the substrate. She likes to lean against the glass or her fake plants with most legs, then have maybe only 1 or 2 feet touching the substrate. I call it her "yoga", I can't figure out why she likes to do that! It looks exhausting ;)
 

Ungoliant

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There's a few good ones in this thread from nearly a year ago.

http://arachnoboards.com/threads/derpy-tarantula-picture-thread.292147/
I have merged these two threads. Feel free to keep posting funny tarantula pictures here.

"Eek, a spider!"

Elderly Avic drowning her sorrows.

He held this threat pose for two hours in response to a mealworm with a crushed head.

Bulldozer pooped in her water dish, dragged her leaf "rug" into the dish (to conceal the evidence?), and then added some substrate for good measure.
Poop art -- Mixed media with water colours -- poop beige mixed with burnt umber substrate. Excellent leaf placement. A masterpiece - glad you preserved it in pixels for posterity.

It's not totally obvious from this angle, but she is using the log to support the weight of her belly after eating a huge dubia roach.
 

starnaito

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My G. rosea is the weirdest with her positions! She loves to see how many legs she can get off the substrate. She likes to lean against the glass or her fake plants with most legs, then have maybe only 1 or 2 feet touching the substrate. I call it her "yoga", I can't figure out why she likes to do that! It looks exhausting ;)
Sort of like this? (Mine does it too, though not yet with just one foot on the substrate!)
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BoyFromLA

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“You’ve ruined my beautiful webbing! Do you even know how hard it was to make all that?! Do you even care about it?! Go away! I am not in a mood to talk to you.”

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Sarkhan42

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Went digging and found this old nugget of gold right here :D she's always been a little weird, bold and sweet as can be.

 

Garth Vader

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I have a few spider bootie pics to share.

"Does my bootie still look big when I hang out on the side of my enclosure?"

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Answer: Yes.

And then this one.
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