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icenola

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Just an amazing collection. And the size of each one is awesome, so healthy looking. I notice some eating the superworms or mealworms? Is that what you feed most of them? What does their normal diet consist of mostly?

Again...congratulations..
 

Becky

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† [sandi] †;906021 said:
about P.smithi. i don't know i have buy it with with a very high price from a guy that have 1 for himself and 1 for sell. so i really hope that is P. smithi. He also have adult female that is from his website:

but from P. smithi are no pictures on the net so i don't even really know how it looks like like an adult. so that picture was the first one that was good on his website. thats why i think i have the real smithi.

regards

sandi
Thanks for the reply and great new pics by the way!! :clap:

About the smithi. Did you buy from a dealer? I hope for your sake (and your wallets!) that it is the real thing :D lol Looks beautiful as a spiderling :)

Keep us updated.

Very nice! The male cambridgei is handsome!!! :drool:
 

ricneto

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You have a trully amazing collection. :clap:
How big is your blondi in the pic you took her?
congratulations.
 

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Just an amazing collection. And the size of each one is awesome, so healthy looking. I notice some eating the superworms or mealworms? Is that what you feed most of them? What does their normal diet consist of mostly?

Again...congratulations..
Thank you. Yes i feed them with superworms too. But their main food are crickets.

Thanks for the reply and great new pics by the way!!

About the smithi. Did you buy from a dealer? I hope for your sake (and your wallets!) that it is the real thing lol Looks beautiful as a spiderling

Keep us updated.

Very nice! The male cambridgei is handsome!!!
Yes i buy that little guy from a dealer. And i hope that is that it to :D . The cambridgei male molted the night before takeing picture that is why he has some nice colours.

You have a trully amazing collection.
How big is your blondi in the pic you took her?
congratulations.
Thanks. Blondi is about 24cm LS.

and here are some new pictures
T. apophysis



P. rufilata





one of the little C. blues


P. pulcher











and that is the spider i had at the seaside :D





regards

sandi
 

ricneto

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Thanks for the reply Sandi.

24 cm :eek: I hope I can get my litle one to that size. That is a seriously big T. Congratulations.

That apophysis is beatiful.

And again, amazing collection.:clap:


Please keep posting
 

WARPIG

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Beautiful collection, I can't wait til my T's get as big as yours, some of my favroites include my P regalis, H maculata, and E murinus. Your specimens are breadth taking.:clap:
 

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thanks guys :D

here are some new pictures


P. chordatus


P. irminia freshly molted


P. striata after molt



T. apophysis




P. regalis


P. formosa in need of a molt


one of little C. cyaneopubescens after molt


C. bechuanicus after molt







regards

sandi
 

T.Raab

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Hi,

can you show me the shape of the spermathecae?

(I think it could be also a A. breyeri instead of A. junodi.)
 

T.Raab

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Hi Eddy,

maybe ;) .... i dont know if all sold "A. junodi" are the same species, but i got 3 specimen and one moulted into mature male and this one is defently NOT A. junodi!

I will send in the next time one of my (dead) females to Richard for proper ID. (I would say, its A. breyeri)
 

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i have seen your image metallica:


and they look the same for me. unless we both have wrong names for our spiders.

i pictured the spermathecae. but it was in bad shape so that is the best i could do.



i hope it helps.

it could be A. breyeri. but why is then sold as A. junodi? i got thisone from germany.

regards

sandi
 

T.Raab

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Hi Sandi,

it could be A. breyeri. but why is then sold as A. junodi?
Cause the dealers dont ID their stuff?

Its often that dealers do not (or can not) proper ID a species.

I will not make a ID on those pics, but try to ask this on the T-Store, maybe Richard Gallon can make a answer on that spermathecae photo.
 

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Hi Sandi,

Cause the dealers dont ID their stuff?

Its often that dealers do not (or can not) proper ID a species.

I will not make a ID on those pics, but try to ask this on the T-Store, maybe Richard Gallon can make a answer on that spermathecae photo.
ok thanks. then i will now what spider i have.

regards

sandi
 

AlainL

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Hi Sandi!

Beautiful pics and t's:clap: I love your Augacephalus.
 
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