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Genus Cyriopagopus (formally Halpopelma, pending WSC entry)

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Lopez, Oct 8, 2003.

  1. creepa

    creepa Arachnoknight

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    0.1 H. lividum

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  2. creepa

    creepa Arachnoknight

    1.1 Haplopelma albostriatum

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  3. jbm150

    jbm150 Arachnoprince

    Good luck with the pairing Creepa! How big is that girl, she looks hyooge!
     
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  4. paassatt

    paassatt Arachnoangel

    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.
     
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  5. Kazaam

    Kazaam Arachnobaron

    It seems like she's trying to burry her log house.
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  6. creepa

    creepa Arachnoknight

    Thanks dude!, she' s about 4 to 5 Inch dls.

    It all went realy smooth he got lucky and did her twice:cool:

    There is a little movie on my photobucket page.
     
  7. Larkin

    Larkin Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Haplopelma hainanum adult female
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    Haplopelma hainanum young female
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    Haplopelma schmidti adult female
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    Haplopelma schmidti & Haplopelma hainanum
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  8. jbm150

    jbm150 Arachnoprince

    ^Beautiful, just absolutely amazing spiders!
     
  9. creepa

    creepa Arachnoknight

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    Haplopelma lividum with sac
     
  10. spiderengineer

    spiderengineer Arachnoangel

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    one of my juvie haplopelma hainanum coming out freshly molted.
     
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  11. creepa

    creepa Arachnoknight

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    Haplopelma albostriatum with sac
     
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  12. Arachtion

    Arachtion Arachnobaron

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    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
     
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  13. spiderengineer

    spiderengineer Arachnoangel

    H. Albostriatum
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    H. Lividum
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    H. Vonwirthi
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  14. Dalix

    Dalix Arachnopeon

    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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  15. nelu

    nelu Arachnopeon

    Took the chance to photograph my H. lividum while rehousing she to a more suitable, deeper substrate terrarium

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  16. ieatkats

    ieatkats Arachnopeon

    Haplopelma hainanum

    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
     

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  17. syndicate

    syndicate Arachnoemperor Old Timer

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    Haplopelma sp."Bach ma"

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    Haplopelma lividum

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  18. spiderengineer

    spiderengineer Arachnoangel

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    Haplopelma albostriatum
     
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  19. awiec

    awiec Arachnoprince

    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).
     
  20. advan

    advan oOOo Staff Member

    Haplopelma sp. 'Bach Ma'
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