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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Lopez, Oct 8, 2003.
0.1 H. lividum
1.1 Haplopelma albostriatum
Good luck with the pairing Creepa! How big is that girl, she looks hyooge!
Yeah she does! I feel a little bad for the male...that's gotta be quite a daunting task going in there and trying to get the job done with her.
It seems like she's trying to burry her log house.
Thanks dude!, she' s about 4 to 5 Inch dls.
It all went realy smooth he got lucky and did her twice
There is a little movie on my photobucket page.
Haplopelma hainanum adult female
Haplopelma hainanum young female
Haplopelma schmidti adult female
Haplopelma schmidti & Haplopelma hainanum
^Beautiful, just absolutely amazing spiders!
Haplopelma lividum with sac
one of my juvie haplopelma hainanum coming out freshly molted.
Haplopelma albostriatum with sac
Wow! Absolutely MAGNIFICENT! They are some of the most beautiful specimens I have ever seen, in your experience, do the hainanums carapace darken with age? I have a female like your juvenile with a rather light carapace, the jet black one you have there is breath taking
She was sold at a show as "Thai Tiger - H. longipes"
At the time I wasn't really up on Haplos or I would have corrected the vendor...
Anyway, I rehoused her and it made for a great photo op. Plus bonus drinking!
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Took the chance to photograph my H. lividum while rehousing she to a more suitable, deeper substrate terrarium
This is my hainanum its not quite 2 inches i call it possum because when i unpacked it she (dont know that for sure waiting on a molt) was on her back thought maybe she was molting so i put her in her cage and she took off like a bolt of lightning
Haplopelma sp."Bach ma"
Not sure why but I find this adorable. I am really thinking about exploring this genus, once I get more comfortable with my O. sp Panay Blue (who decided it wanted to be a terrestrial).
Haplopelma sp. 'Bach Ma'