OMG... found this picture...

dennis

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Yep, that's a real pic... Sometimes not everything goes ok with the development of the eggs, and they grow together...


Dennis
 

invadermike

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That kind of stuff happens to people, so why would it be any different with T's, that is crazy though... double the webbing!!!!! haha.
-Mike
 

Palespider

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Wow, so that thing probably has 2 furrows and if so, what if it were male and female? What happens when it matures? Would it have bulbous palps, hooks and still possibly conceive baby T's? :?

Jim B.
 

arachnopunks

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I never thought I would see a conjoined twin tarantula. Now THAT is weird!!! What is weird is that both abdomens seem to be functional and are about the same size. I wonder if it is more difficult for the thing to molt.


-Jill
 

Bry

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All I can say is: "Baby got back." =D

Bry
 

spider

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That is awsome ! I know it will never happen but i want an albino goliath b- eater.





P.s I dont have my hopes up to high;)
 

SpiderTwin

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I guess if it eats alot, you can say it's "eating for two".

Do you have to feed it twice as much?
 

kellygirl

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Originally posted by spider
That is awsome ! I know it will never happen but i want an albino goliath b- eater.
I believe that is impossible because tarantulas don't get their coloration from pigment. So let's do some logic here: albinism is the lack of pigment therefore all tarantulas are albino... uh wait, that doesn't sound right... :? ;) ;P

kellygirl
 
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