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LuiziBee

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First meal of the new skin LP



Another fresh molt. Bumba cabocla



GBB



Nhandu chromatus



Brachypelma emilia



Grammostola pulchripes



Turn on the lights in my T room, random threat display P. cambridgei

 

LuiziBee

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Ceratogyrus darlingi molted and hasn't been looking so hot. Going to attempt a different method of mite control hopefully today or some time this weekend.



Thrixopelma ockerti also molted



Rehoused one of the LPs into a sterilite shoebox-like container. First time I've tried these.



Poecilotheria subfusca highland



The smaller of the two female irminia sac mates molted



Three years and 2 days after her last molt, my Brachypelma vagans FINALLY molted!!!







A prune



Exactly 4 weeks after pulling the Avic sac of 1st instars, the bbys started molting. :)





They're a lot larger than I thought they'd be. :)





 

LuiziBee

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2nd instar Avicularia avicularia









Feeding the hungry masses





Nice and chubby



Mites seem to have dwindled quite a bit. Before & after molting shot C. darling



balfouri fortress update



 

LuiziBee

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OA burrow



T. ockerti





Runaway Euathlus sp red





P. irminia



P. cam



Tiny baby A. francki



Bumba cobacla



Surprise molt from G. pulchripes. He typically molts once a year. This is his second molt in two months. Whoooaaaa!





C. elegans



GBB



Weird red fanged Avic avic is not like the others!

 

LuiziBee

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Phormictopus sp purple



Poecilotheria vittata



P. irminia



Avic avic



Brachypelma Emilia




A friend of mine who got out of the hobby gave me a bunch of free T's:

5 Phormictopus cautus


2 Brachypelma klaasi



A juvenile male Avicularia versicolor :)

 

LuiziBee

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My girl is getting big :) :)
H sp Colombia large



P. cautus



T. ockerti



A. versicolor





L. mactans








M. balfouri exuvia







A francki





B. klaasi



P. cam



H. him during rehouse lol



LP



G. pulchripes



Avic avic



C. elegans



Also rehoused N. carapoensis

 

LuiziBee

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Bumba cabocla molt and rehouse.







My 2.0 Grammostola pulchra both molted.











Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens



Grammostola rosea (finally) molted.





Chilobrachys fimbriatus got rehoused and stole the transfer vial lmao






Hapalopus sp Columbia large



Ceratogyrus darlingi



Avicularia diversipes



Avicularia versicolor





Rehoused my female Euathlus sp red. She's had a blast remodeling the moss lol





Psalmopoeus cambridgei got put in her new enclosure as well. She's a little over a year old and officially larger than my two 3 year old irminia lol





Two of my Avicularia avicularia slings molted to 3i



Brachypelma klaasi molted



Thrixopelma ockerti

 

LuiziBee

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Poecilotheria subfusca



Found this gorgeous Argiope on my garage (I only see them once every 3 years so it's exciting)



Heteropoda lunula





Mite-sized Pseudhapalopus sp blue



Kochiana brunnipes



Phormictopus cautus. Can you guess which two legs regenerated? Lol



Phrixotrichus scofra (finally) molted



I moved into a new place a few days ago, and my entire collection is still at my old house. Last night, my new house bestowed a gift upon me!! So. This is the only spider in my entire T room right now. Hahahaha

 

LuiziBee

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Pterinochilus murinus







Avicularia diversipes





Avicularia minatrix





My two VERY different looking female Monocentropus balfouri







Kochiana brunnipes







Acanthogonatus francki



Chilobrachys sp electric blue



Chilobrachys fimbriatus





Loxosceles reclusa



Heteropoda lunula



Phormictopus cautus



Brachypelma vagans



Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens

 

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Those are two weird M. balfouri. The carapace on the second one looks much more blue than others I've seen. Almost like a mature male's carapace.
 

LuiziBee

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Those are two weird M. balfouri. The carapace on the second one looks much more blue than others I've seen. Almost like a mature male's carapace.
Yeah. I had a picture of her in here when she was smaller a year or two ago and people started to debate what sex she was. But I've spermatheca sexed her a few times and she's pretty large. She's just really blue for some reason.
 

LuiziBee

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Female M. balfouri. Though, not sure which one as there are two in that enclosure. lol

Here's a picture of it. The other balfouri in the enclosure had passed away without me knowing about it and I have found a larger exuvia from her since then
 
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