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Discussion in 'Other Spiders & Arachnids' started by El Johano, Mar 26, 2006.
Freshly moulted ;P
:drool: very nice specimen, how big do this species get?
are those spinnerettes coming out the end :? ?
I think this one is adult, almost 10 cm in legspan.
The spinnerets are extremely long, situated ventrally at the posterior part of the abdomen.
NICE SPIDER!!!! Congratulations!!!! ( more pics and info needed on the species... please ).
It is a diplurid from Brazil. Used to go under the name of L. magdalene. They web A LOT, are not aggressive from what I've seen. Don't know what their venom is like.
euh,... what did i wanted to say again ? :?
ow yeah,.... WOW :worship:
some serious bling bling you got there !
I bet they do web a lot, otherwise they wouldnt have spinerets so huge, hehe .
Very nice!!! Are they a hard species to obtain?
Not really common but you see them for sale from time to time. No idea about the US though...
also freshly moulted
what part of brazil are they from?
Where did you get yours?
That is one awesome looking spider! Wow!
i got mine from a dealer who caught them direct in colombia and breed em.
Great Pictures, lovely colors!!!
Does anybody know where I would be able to obtane one in the U.S.?
Wow, that is a seriously awesome spider!
We need some on this side of the pond!!!:drool:
anyone know how strong is their venom? i see an offer with this spiders for sale, but i dont want strong venom animals :/
very nice!i love the long spinnerets
I had the chance to buy one a little while ago from Tarantula Canada, but I opted not to because the dealer isn't so knowledgeable about true spiders and much much more about tarantulas. I remember seeing similar species and people telling me that their venom is bad. I could be wrong though so don't take my word for it.