my T's

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Arachnoknight
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my T collection

here is my collection:

0.1.6 Acanthoscurria geniculata
0.1.0 Augacephalus junodi
0.1.0 Avicularia azurklaasi
0.0.1 Avicularia metallica
0.1.0 Avicularia aurantiaca
0.0.1 Avicularia spec. Amazonia
0.1.0 Aphonopelma seemanni
0.1.0 Brachypelma albopilosum
0.1.0 Brachypelma boehmei
0.1.0 Brachypelma emilia
1.1.1 Brachypelma vagans
0.1.2 Ceratogyrus darlingi
0.1.0 Ceratogyrus bechuanicus
0.1.0 Ceratogyrus marshalli
0.1.0 Chilobrachys fimbriatus
0.0.2 Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
0.0.5 Cyriopagopus sp. ''blue''
0.0.2 Cyriopagopus schioedtei
0.1.0 Ephebopus cyanognathus
0.1.0 Ephebopus murinus
0.1.0 Epehebopus rufescens
0.1.0 Grammostola rosea
0.1.0 Haplopelma lividum DCF
0.1.3 Heteroscodra maculata
0.1.0 Holothele incei
1.1.0 Nhandu coloratovillosum
0.0.1 Orphnaecus spec Filipiny - Negros
0.0.1 Pamphobeteus nigricolor
0.1.0 Pamphobeteus ''platyomma''
0.1.0 Pamphobeteus fortis
0.1.0 Poecilotheria formosa
1.0.0 Poecilotheria miranda
0.0.3 Poecilotheria ornata
0.0.1 Poecilotheria pederseni
1.1.1 Poecilotheria regalis
0.1.1 Poecilotheria rufilata
0.0.1 poecilotheria smithi
1.1.0 Poecilotheria striata
1.1.2 Psalmopoeus cambridgei
0.1.0 Psalmopoeus irminia
0.1.0 Psalmopoeus pulcher
0.1.0 Pterinochilus chordatus
0.1.0 Pterinochilus lugardi
1.0.0 Pterinochilus murinus TCF
0.0.1 Tapinauchenius gigas
0.1.0 Theraphosa apophysis
0.1.0 Theraphosa blondi
0.0.1 Xenesthis intermedia

And some pictures:

A. seemanni



A. aurantiaca



A. azurklaasi



A. junodi



B. albopilosum


B. boehmei




B. emilia


C. fimbriatus



C. schioedtei (one of the slings)


C. sp. blue (one of the slings)


C. cyaneopubescens (one of the slings)



C. bechuanicus


C. marshalli


E. murinus



E. rufescens


H. incei


H. lividum



H.maculata



N. coloratovillosum


P. regalis (female)



P. regalis (male)


P. formosa


P. rufilata


P. striata (female)



P. striata (male)


P. smithi


P. cambridgei (female)



P. cambridgei (male)


P. irminia


P. pulcher


P. lugardi



P. chordatus


T. blondi


ok enough for now.

regards

sandi
 
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Keith Richard

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Very impressive collection...some great looking specimens. Are your pictures #7 & #8 not of P. murinus?
 

P. Novak

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I must agree with the others, a very nice and impressive collection. Looks like you like diversity, like me!
 

Doezsha

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Yes yes I have to agree with the others as well very nice collection and beautiful specimens :clap:
 

jr47

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great pics, you just made my wish list grow a little more.
 

Natemass

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awesome collection pokies and that T.blondi of urs are amazing
 

Alice

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oh wow, great collection. and AWSOME h. maculata - my slings never seem to grow up...
 

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Arachnoknight
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thank you guys.

and yes that is A. junodi for sure. But its a very simillar to P. murinus.

here are some more pictures

T. apophysis


P. nigricolor


C. darlingi


angry E. cyanognathus




P. miranda after molt



regards

sandi
 

JungleGuts

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great collection and pics, do you have any pics of your Avicularia spec. Amazonia?
 

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Arachnoknight
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no problem. here is it. but the spider is still a sling 5,5cm LS

 
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wburke17

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Very nice collection....
one question, whats the difference between A. azurklaasi and A. avic they look identical?
 

NBond1986

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Very nice collection....
one question, whats the difference between A. azurklaasi and A. avic they look identical?
i thought the azuraklaasi was the one with the "Christmas tree" pattern on the abdomen while jeuvenile.....

or was that minatrix???? I don't know.

Avics are so gosh darned confusing.
 

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i think that the difference between azurklaasi and avicularia is in colours. acurklaasi has green-blue ''carapace'' (i don't know how is written in english, hope you understand it) and blue (very nice blue) legs. Avic. avic has green-blue legs and ''carapace'', so the same colour. and the intisivity of red coluloration on the back legs and abdomen is more at acurklaasi. that are the difference i have seen in my experiances.

best regards

sandi
 

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Arachnoknight
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some more pictures:

my big A. geniculata female has molted. now is about 19cm LS





and H. maculata (she loves me :) )







best regards

sandi
 
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AlainL

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Hi!

Very nice collection and pictures man!
We have very similar taste for tarantula's:D
I love your A.junodi, Are they easy to find in europe? from what I heard they are almost impossible to find in canada.
 
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