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jenniferinny

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Not many yet, but, I'm sure I'll be adding more.
A. Avicularia




A.braunshauseni .5"


B. smithi 3"
 

ChrisNCT

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Very nice! Thanks for sharing!

Pretty soon, your wish list will be for real in this hobby!
 

jenniferinny

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Thanks guys! I'm almost embarrassed to post these pics cause they aren't as good as my camera used to take. Something seems to be seriously wrong with the focus, but, oh well. I'm already shopping for more slings and we just got some last week. {D

Here's a couple more sling pics.

Little .75" Grammastola aureostriata


Little, 1.24" but grossly fat Lasiodora parahybana. At least, I hope that's what it is, but I'm starting to have some doubts.
 

P. Novak

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Great little T collection! I think your L.parahybana is in fact a Nhandu spp. of some sort, possibly Nhandu chromatus. Can you get other pictures of it?
 

jenniferinny

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Here he is again, not a very good one though. He's acting premolt and holed up right now.
 

P. Novak

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Yup I'm definately going with Nhandu chromatus. Oh well, much better IMO :)
 

Moltar

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Looks like N chromatus to me too. In my opinion a more interesting t than parahybana. Not as big but still pretty large and active. Not to mention one of the coolest looking new world t's out there.
 

jenniferinny

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Thanks guys! I'm glad to hear I've got something a bit more interesting then just a l. parahybana. He's certainly a lot nicer looking.

Here's another pet store T I picked up on my way home from work today. I swore I'd never buy another one at a pet shop, but, he was cheap. It's full grown, so I'm assuming it's male as the other two T's they had were males.
Here's my new little 4.5" A. avicularia .
 

P. Novak

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I think you may have actually picked up A.metallica. Sorry again, but can you get some other pics of it?:)
 

jenniferinny

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Haha, oh no, not again. Ah well, I don't really care what it is so long as it's not an A. Braunsheii as I already have one of those.
 
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