- Jul 4, 2017
Chalcodes, Steindachneri, Eutylenum, gabeli, bicoloratum, moorae, moderatum, sp diamond back, Anax
That's with size reduction?? I can only imagine the glory of the full version.*edit had to massively lower the size of the file to post so you won't be able to zoom in.
Just got some pics of my lass in her new frock.
Never even heard of this oneAphonopelma joshua
And removing animals from National Parks is illegal... Wonder how people are getting their hands on these ?It’s one of the kind you can find it in the Joshua Tree National Park.
I have one.
Collecting non-endangered animals on BLM land is actually legal in the U.S. it's National Parks and on some regulated State land where its illegal. Now collecting fossils or archeological items on BLM land is still a huge no no.As long as they weren't wild caught on BLM land. I don't even fart near BLM park rangers.
Do not worry, I was not even thinking that. Just genuinely answering your question / curiosity.Lol I wasn't accusing you personally of anything, just pointing out they had to come from somewhere illegally.
Technically speaking it’s WC one, whoever caught it that is.As long as they weren't wild caught on BLM land. I don't even fart near BLM park rangers.