User Liquifin's Tarantula Pictures

Liquifin

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I ordered more Orphnaceus sp. "Blue Quezon" for a chance of a male for my female. Hoping a male turns out so he can be for a breeding project in the future.

0.1 Orphnaceus sp. "Blue Quezon" Adult Female

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0.1 Stromatopelma calceatum Sub-Adult (rehoused)

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0.1 Bumba horrida (Ex. cabocla) Mature Female

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My goddess has molted aka. Crassicrus sp. Guerrero has molted and she looks absolutely stunner. I feel bad that everyone threw this species under the radar.

0.1 Crassicrus sp. Guerrero

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Not under MY radar. Top of the list actually :)

Just placed a pretty large order I'm picking up tomorrow.....but if you see them in the near future feel free to nudge me ;)
 

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My Megaphobema mesomelas molted and she had gotten considerably larger, especially her legs which are now getting much thicker. She's about 4.5''-4.75''

0.1 Megaphobema mesomelas Freshly Molted
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One of many C. versicolor's I own.

0.0.1 Caribena versicolor Sling

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Some random feeding pictures.

0.1 Psalmopoeus irminia Juvenile Feeding

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1.0 Monocentropus balfouri Mature Male Feeding

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0.1 Pamphobeteus petersi Feeding (Supposed to be in Megaphobema genus in my opinion)

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0.1 Tliltocatl albopilosus "Nicaragua" Feeding
An older female now with the leg striping on the patella (knees). Truly an elderly female.

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Both of my T. blondi's have molted and look quite nice. Also have some other tarantula pictures to throw in too.

0.1 Theraphosa blondi Freshly Molted (Specimen #1)

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0.1 Theraphosa blondi 2 Days Post-Molt (Specimen #2)

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0.1 Hapalopus sp. Colombia "Large" Feeding

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0.1 Poecilotheria ornata Feeding
My all time favorite species and future breeding project.

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New molts a while ago but good time to finally post their pictures.

0.1 Bumba horrida (Ex. cabocla) Mature Female

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1.0 Monocentropus balfouri Mature Male
Yep, another mature male just finally matured from pen-ultimate and he's quite small. He's maybe 4'' at largest, which the two mature males prior to him were around 4.75''-5''

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Post-molt picture and a post-molt feeding as well.

0.1 Crassicrus sp. "Guerrero" Post-Molt

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0.1 Cyriopagopus vonwirthi Post-Molt Feeding

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I ordered more Orphnaceus sp. "Blue Quezon" for a chance of a male for my female. Hoping a male turns out so he can be for a breeding project in the future.

0.1 Orphnaceus sp. "Blue Quezon" Adult Female

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I was looking for good pics of these specimens, just to check how mines will get. That's the most beautiful one I've found so far.
 

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New additions, there were some WC imports for Chaetopelma olivaceum that came in, which I bought some from a vendor that labeled them as "Egyptian Olives" which is kind of misleading as that would be more fitting for Chaetopelma sp. Egypt. But here are three unique specimens all females with some variation based on age and size. I also got one small male for future breeding once he matures.

Chaetopelma olivaceum Female Specimen #1
An older and larger female for sure. Also very light in color and also different looking compared to the other two. But this one is quite old and is in need for a molt.

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Chaetopelma olivaceum Female Specimen #2
A bit smaller than specimen #1 but darker with a really reflective carapace.

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Chaetopelma olivaceum Female Specimen #3
Lighter carapace color with a bit a of a more freshly molted appearance and about the same size as specimen #2

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A simple picture today, a Poecilotheria metallica male that I would love to try and loan in the future.

1.0 Poecilotheria metallica Juvenile Male

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0.1 Avicularia avicularia M6 (Ex. Avicularia metallica)

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0.1 Poecilotheria ornata

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One of the offspring of Sr. Floof, which he's getting there.

1.0 Tliltocatl albopilosus "Nicaragua"

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Sorry, man. I made a post in here and couldn't erased it. Had to delete all the pics and wrote this message to you. Lol.
Cheers. :)
 

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Well, I might as well post a photo or two. Here's some recently molted specimens.

0.1 Crassicrus sp. "Guerrero"

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0.1 Grammostola pulchripes

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