Lately I been a bit busy

Anastasia

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Hello,
Lately I been a bit busy, even that my camera settings all messed up
I grabbed few pictures and posting those that isn't real bad
unfortunately I lost 2,5 hr and over 200 shots wasted :(
here is what I got that somewhat OK

Resonate pairing, hachouts and other itty-bitty little things



Take a good guess WHO??





She did not want to give it up

That sac is humongous!

and full of......................



Ahhh, sumthin to brag about ;) I think that one is first US Captive bred/born bunch ;P


Poeciotheria smithi, finely 1st instar @ almost 7 weeks, Gosh those are the slowest Poecs ever! not kidding :rolleyes:


and last is Xenesthis intermedia still 1st instar @week #13, I start to believe they never gona molt :rolleyes:

but look at the size of them things!! :eek:
 

Anastasia

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And this is just for gigglez :D

Captions:
" even so Am a little dude, Am gona grow up just is big is you ;P "
hehe :D
 

Anastasia

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Thank you thank you, keepin me atta trouble and up to mah eyeballs, yep :D
but, no one guess yet on second pair of pictures yet, who know their spiderz?? {D
 

Fran

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Xenesthis sp blue!!!
(save me some of each!)
 

Anastasia

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Naaah Pampho Santo Domingo?

hahaha
you got a bingo on Domingo, but you cheated, you knew it, cuz I told you :p
Pamphobeteus 'Santo Domingo Goliath'
Am very excited to work with these very interesting species
I really hope I can make it happen
 

Fran

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you got a bingo on Domingo, but you cheated, you knew it, cuz I told you :p
Pamphobeteus 'Santo Domingo Goliath'
Am very excited to work with these very interesting species
I really hope I can make it happen
HEY!!!
i didn remmember that at all!
I just did some pics research :D
 

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Congrats on those successful sacs!!!!:worship:
Lovin the last pic !!!! Such an awesome example of a great comparison!!!!
What difference in size:eek:!!!!
Thanks for sharing!!!!

Peace!!!
 

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I need more Taps :drool:

And the Pamphobeteus are just :drool::drool::drool: Funny how in most species the males just don't look all that impressive, then with these they are totally awesome.
 

Anastasia

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I need more Taps :drool:

And the Pamphobeteus are just :drool::drool::drool: Funny how in most species the males just don't look all that impressive, then with these they are totally awesome.
I noticed that, 3 most impressive large terrestrial males are Pamphobeteus, Phormictopus and Xenesthis!
My God! those are absolutely incredible!
 

robc

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I want smithi and Domingo!!! Put me on that list for 2 each!!!:D:D
 

moose35

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good stuff ana

mmmmmm:drool: pamphos.....

you better keep me in mind if you get a sac.



moose
 

robc

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I am very surprised the P.smith are growing so slow...my P.smithi is the fastest growing T I have!

If you do not mind, what was the Timeline on the Smithi?
 
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