Nikt's picture thread

Nikt

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Hi all, i think it;s time to start my own picture thread:)
Mi biggest passion are snakes, but i keep a few arachnids, and i want to show you some of them.
Cyriopagopus schioedtei


Poecilotheria regalis


Poecilotheria rufilata


Poecilotheria ornata

Lampropelma violaceopes, bigger female

Smaller one


Poecilotheria miranda


Ok, it;s all for now. Greetings all:)
 

JOHN 3:16

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The Cyriopagopus schioedtei you have is a gorgeous specimen. You must take good care of it.
 

Nikt

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Some older pics:
P.cancerides

S.schioedtei





P.pulcher



---------- Post added at 03:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:19 PM ----------

A long time ago my C.schioedtei were small...

The always loved to run...

And bite








 

Nikt

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heh of course that I noticed mites. It's an old pic, that spider died last year, not from mites. On the last pic of schioedtei you can see mites too.
 

Protectyaaaneck

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Sweet molt sequence pics. I still can't get over how beautiful your C. schioedtei is. I'm literally drooling over here. :D
 

Nikt

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Thank you, schioedtei are awesome but still not very popular in my country. I'm glad to see that you like my little female.
Some more pictures of her, unfortunately I don't have any new.



Smaller female, 1 moult before she died:( Waiting with rehouse till her fangs got full hard after a moult was a mistake...

P.pulcher

P.rufilata

P.ornata






P.regalis
 

Mako16

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wow that violaceopes is a beauty! how big is that girl? :)
 

AmysAnimals

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Wow those are some gorgeous T's. I don't really know much about T's...How do you know if they have mites?

I'm thinking of getting a T in the summer.
 

Nikt

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The bigger L.v.: 7cm BL & 19-20cm LS

Mites are small, round arachnids which can be seen around chelizeres, on my pictures they are white(mites)

Smaller L.v., in October 2010. Always happy.

Bigger wants a hug

Adult L.v. male

And some more actual pics, P.metallica first


Young Poe sp. Lowland, probably female

P.miranda

 

Nikt

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It's time for a big update:) I'm feeding some of my snakes now, so I have plenty of time now.
Poecilotheria ornata

Unfortunately my P.regalis female died


P.rufilata


Smaller L.violaceopes








And bigger one with male...

And the male alone

P.formosa, shortly after moult

P.miranda
 

Nikt

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Lampropelma violaceopes



Acanthoscurria geniculata


Poecilotheria miranda

Cyriopagopus schioedtei

Poecilotheria rufilata

Poecilotheria formosa

Poecilotheria sp. "Lowland"(P.bara)
 

Nikt

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I have plenty of pics to upload but much less time... I'll begin from photos from June/July

Poecilotheria sp. Lowland





Poecilotheria rufilata


Run!



Poecilotheria metallica

Poecilotheria formosa

Lampropelma violaceopes(smaller)

 

Spydr

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i was gonna say the generic "<enter species name here> looks great", but they are all gorgeous and amazing!!!
 

Nikt

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Thanks, some more:

Poecilotheria sp. Lowland

Fresh moulted Poecilotheria formosa


Go...somewhere! Starring: Lampropelma violaceopes






The bigger one

One of my favourites! Poecilotheria miranda




Cyropagopus schioedtei

 
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