E. sp Red

Crone Returns

Arachnoangel
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Here's a pic of my beautiful little girl, Roja. Her butt-tay isn't quite as plump as it looks, just the angle. She had been gently but firmly crawling all over my hands while I was checking her crib. She let me (really. No kidding) put her in her house and while Iwas reaching for a cricket I looked over and managed to grab my phone.
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Blue Jaye

Arachnobaron
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Such a cool sp. Nice looking little girl you got there. When she asks if her butt looks big. You just have to say no lol.
 

Storm76

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They're simply "curious", I really can't think of another word to describe them. One of the cutest species to keep IMHO.

Since some asked for updates and not everyone checks picture-threads might as well post them here, too:

Here's a couple of my triplets...


...and here's the third one of my little borg-collective :p
 

KezyGLA

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I have big love for these! Well, big love for the whole Euathlus genus.

They are gorgeous and so easy to care for. I wouldn't usually say a T is friendly, but my Euathlus seem to crave my attention(even though I know thats impossible:rofl:).

Every time the lid pops for some maintenance I end up with a little(or big) tarantula climb upon my hand. They seem almost friendly like.

And lets face it those colours are amazing. I have still to see a boring looking Euathlus. Such stunning terrestrials.

Love em! :D:D:D:D
 
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