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Genus Grammostola

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. Mendi

    Mendi Arachnowolf Old Timer

    G.grossa post molt :D

    Even got a cute little mirror patch on her rump.
  2. PapaRoacher

    PapaRoacher Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Cute little guy thinks he's a pokie :p

    G. Roseas are all-around weird...
  3. AlanMM

    AlanMM Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Grammostola actaeon

    Last edited: Apr 19, 2006
  4. AlanMM

    AlanMM Arachnobaron Old Timer

    and pulchra

    Last edited: Apr 19, 2006
  5. Mendi

    Mendi Arachnowolf Old Timer

    Little Fouscous molted a few weeks ago... My good battery for my digicam fried maybe a couple weeks before, and the battery it came with, well needs a battery so it might last over 15-20 minutes. But I didn't have much to do today, and dealt with the 45min charge time. And too looks of pictures of my babies/slings. Someday, maybe 5-9 years I can add their grown picture as well. But Fouscous is looking like adult colors are about to burst out next molt

    Oh, Fousous is a Grammostola chalcothrix :)
  6. Mendi

    Mendi Arachnowolf Old Timer

    And of course Mendi Jr has to molt in the same time frame, but she's still looking rather fresh, and growing faster than I'm used to having Gramm's grow

    She's not as large as Fouscous but did get a good but larger this molt

    Mendi.jr. is a Grammostola mendozae

    I included a picture back when I got her, She's done a good bit of growing these 6 montha :D
  7. Sandra

    Sandra Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Love the pic of Orion's G.a.!

    I was asked about pics of my little G.aureostriata (unsexed, 1.5-1.75"), so will put them here in this thread for easy finding.

    Taken last month:

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  8. Sandra

    Sandra Arachnobaron Old Timer

  9. Just a G. rosea who no longer lives with me any more. As you can see, we became quite good friends when she did, though... we used to sit like that (her hangin out on my face, haha) and watch TV "together" every day, haha.
    *Note- before anybody comments about it... I WAS laying back in a chair, I don't think there's any way she could have fallen and done any serious damage, and yes, I know it's not a good idea, for *my* sake, either... but I sat with her like that EVERY day, she never once went into a threat posture, or kicked hairs at me, at any time...she was my little buddy, haha.

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    Last edited: Dec 13, 2004
  10. KJE

    KJE Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Thanks, Sandra! I'm definately going to get one of those little guys.
  11. HEEN67

    HEEN67 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    My G-rosea: :D

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  12. Spydra

    Spydra Arachnobaron Old Timer

    My male and female PLUS a mating picture...crossing fingers!

  13. Just a couple of G. rosea... wee little ones!

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  14. jw73

    jw73 Arachnobaron

    G. pulchra.

  15. HEEN67

    HEEN67 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Rosea!... Made in Heen! :D ;)

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  16. Jakob

    Jakob Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Grammostola aureostriata female @ 6"



  17. Sandra

    Sandra Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Ahhh, beautiful. :)
  18. DanD5303

    DanD5303 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    More Golden Knees

    Here is our first T, purchased at about 1.5" on 10-02-04. Two molts later, she's an inch bigger and starting to get some color.

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  19. shogun804

    shogun804 Arachnogeneral Old Timer

    hey dan thats awsome its always cool when the color first starts to show on a T...sounds like she/he is growing at a good pace as well :cool: {D
  20. Deschain

    Deschain Arachnolord Old Timer

    Here's a pic of my mature female G.rosea nibbling on a roach.
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