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michal1991

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Brachypelma albopilosum juvenile female


Psalmopoeus cambridgei juvenile female


Stromatopelma calceatum sling


Heteroscodra maculata sling
 

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Haplopelma lividum juvenile female

Pterinochilus murinus „usambara” female


Pterinochilus murinus „usambara” male
 

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Pterinochilus sp. „sjoestedti” juvenile premolt

Poecilotheria regalis juvenile female

Poecilotheria ornata sling, postmolt
 

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And not T's

Steatoda grossa adult female

Steatoda bipunctata adult female


Archispirostreptus gigas male


Sphodromantis sp. male

Platymeris biguttatus
 

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Beautifull Pterinochilus sp.

I love that mature male, but its not a RCF, often called "Usambara"

Could you take some clear shot of the abdomen of your Pterinochilus sp. „sjoestedti” juvenile, from different angle. Also, when it molts, a clear shot of the spermathecae, if its a female and if they're developaded of course.
 

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Cedrik: I waiting for molt of this Pterinochilus. I think it will be very soon.
When he/she molt i will take thats photos.
 

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Im jalous of these Pterinochilus murinus, the color form are lovely. Of course its just impossible to tell wich one it is for sure, but , it looks a lot like TCF
 

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Thats my scorpions:

Mesobuthus gibbosus pregnant female

Mesobuthus martensii male
 

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Thirsty Pterinochilus sp.


And two enclosures:
B.albopilosum

P.murinus female
 

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awesome enclosures howd you make the backgrounds?:D
Thanks :)
Thats seasoning for glaze with pigment, water and sand. In first enclosure there is that with polysterene, in second there is that with two pieces of wood.
 

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Hi,

It would be great to have a another view (front view) of your Pterinochilus sp. abdomen.

This said, these marking are pointing Pterinochilus chordatus, or Pterinochilus lugardi. But, looking at its coloration, Im almost sure its a Pterinochilus chordatus. Everything will be clear with the exuvium.
 
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