My True Spiders & Other Arachnids

NYAN

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Heteropoda tetrica ‘Black’

Female
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Penultimate male
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Olios sp. ‘Cameroon gold’

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NYAN

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Heteropoda simplex
This species is massive compared to my other huntsman. This female is like 6 inches DLS.

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Gnathopalystes sp.
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mantisfan101

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Never seem a green hunstman before, awesome species; do you plan on breeding them?
 

SonsofArachne

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Heteropoda simplex
This species is massive compared to my other huntsman. This female is like 6 inches DLS.

Wow, that's about as big as my Holconia immanis was when she died :(. Wish I could find some more of those, she was the best, and most laid back, True that I've owned. But I'll settle for some of the Heteropoda simplex if you breed them, and I wouldn't mind some of those green Gnathopalystes sp. either :D.
 

NYAN

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But I'll settle for some of the Heteropoda simplex if you breed them, and I wouldn't mind some of those green Gnathopalystes sp. either :D.
I just have the female simplex. I have a group of the Gnathopalystes, although I don’t know the male to female ratio.
 
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