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Genus Lyrognathus

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Peter Grabowitz, Dec 28, 2007.

  1. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

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    Hello Chris,

    so far, I have never seen any adult males.

    ...but there are some slings and juveniles in Europe => there is the slight chance to get some males in the future.

    all the best,
    Martin
     
  2. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Hi Steve,

    may I ask who is "we", or is it a secret?

    Cheers,
    Martin
     
  3. VolkervonWirth

    VolkervonWirth Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Hey Steve,

    I'm absolutely not "pissed" by any findings, results, assumptions, hypothesis or facts you'll post in any Theraphosid discussion forum of the World.[​IMG] If you like, go on, no Problem with that. In the last few Years I've recognized that the tarantula Systematic szene is a large minefield, in which you have to be very careful to which person wou'll give informations.This is the reason why I've stopped talking about my findings in the discussionlists and why I've stopped to discuss my findings with other "colleagues"! Before ten Years ago, I was much more enthusiastic about the international co-operation between the Theraphosid Systematists, and so I've shared a lot of my results and pictures from the examination of Typematerial. In the meantime I'm much more sobered. But that's my personal decision and opinion and it absolutely doesn't matter to me if you or any other Theraphosid amateurs do not share my opinion!

    Cheers, [​IMG] Volker
     
  4. mitchell123

    mitchell123 Arachnoknight

    Hi :)

    I currently have 3 males and 4 females. Of which 2 are sure adult and 2 sub adult females.One male has recently matured. I will try too mate all 4 females and see what happens. The breeding report can be followed probably soon in the coming months at the dutch website www.vogelspinnen-forum.nl


    Grtz Mitchell from the Netherlands^^
     
  5. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Hi Mitchell,

    of which Lyrognathus species?

    Cheers,
    Martin
     
  6. mitchell123

    mitchell123 Arachnoknight

    L.crotalus
     
  7. Steve Nunn

    Steve Nunn Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Hi Volker,
    I am glad you agree and I definately share your opinion, but I did post that a long time back now, I have becmoe a little more that way myself, gradually becoming wiser, I hope. Always learning to be done, and you are right, it is a minefield, early "findings" in any forum such as these are not very much of anything but discussion/heresay, so you are 100% right, it does not matter.

    Cheers,
    Steve
     
  8. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Hi,

    good news: one of those unsexed specimens recently molted into a mature male! =:)

    Cheers,
    Martin
     
  9. syndicate

    syndicate Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    USA
    Very nice Martin!!Best luck with them over there ;]
    -Chris
     
  10. Steve Nunn

    Steve Nunn Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Hi Martin,
    A group effort, but focused in and around the QM, refer to most future material from that institution. I hope this helps. Nobody has secrets in this field mate.

    Steve
     
  11. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

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  12. syndicate

    syndicate Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    USA
    Hello Martin,
    Looking nice!!that photo taken in the field?
    -Chris
     
  13. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Hi Chris,

    yep, last spring in Malaysia.

    Cheers,
    Martin
     
  14. syndicate

    syndicate Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    USA
    Lyrognathus crotalus

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    One of your babies Martin!Very happy to have some of these!!
    lyrognathus robustus

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    Thanks,
    -Chris
     
  15. syndicate

    syndicate Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    USA
    Lyrognathus crotalus
    Female

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  16. moose35

    moose35 Arachnoprince Old Timer

    beautiful spider chris :drool:



    moose
     
  17. seanbond

    seanbond Arachnoking Old Timer

    shes smokin chris!
     
  18. syndicate

    syndicate Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    USA
    Lyrognathus crotalus
    (Adult Female)

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  19. jbm150

    jbm150 Arachnoprince

    Pretty spider Chris, I like that crotalus. What kind of size do they reach?
     
  20. syndicate

    syndicate Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    USA
    Thanks!I really like this genus a lot!
    This species is a medium sized spider reaching around 4" or greater leg spans.
    -Chris
     
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