N.vulpinus

MrT

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This is my female N. vulpinus. :) Sorry my bad, this is a N. coloratovillosus, not vulpinus. :8o

Ernie
 

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MrT

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LT,
Your keeping me honest. I put the wrong name to that pic.:8o
Its a N. coloratovillosus,
I'll post foxy as soon as I can catch her out in the open.

Thanks, Ernie
 

Lost_Tarantula

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Originally posted by MrT
LT,
Your keeping me honest. I put the wrong name to that pic.:8o
Its a N. coloratovillosus,
I'll post foxy as soon as I can catch her out in the open.

Thanks, Ernie
I thought N. Vulpinus looked a little different. ;) I'd love to see foxy, though! Nice picture here, too.
 

Code Monkey

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Now it makes sense. I looked at these pics last night and thought, "That's a vulpinus? Looks exactly like a coloratovllosus to me - must have been some funky lighting..." Wake this morning to discover I wasn't losing my mind :)
 

Tangled WWWeb

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Same here CM. I looked at it about 10 times and decided I'd been up too late.

:) Great pics regardless.
 

Gail

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Mr T, I think your photo shows very well how such a "colorful" T actually is colored in such a way to make it blend into it's environment. Very nice photo, very nice T. More pics please :)

Gail
 
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