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C. cyaneopubescens sling


H. lividum checking out its new home


H. lividum


L. parahybana


L. parahybana ventral


E. murinus


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P. antinous


N. chromatus eating


N. chromatus stretching


N. chromatus ventral
 

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drinking

H. lividum taking a sip


E. murinus setup
 
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Some "ready for action" pics

I happened to be walking by and caught a couple of my Ts looking ready to take on whatever crosses their paths.

E. murinus


Not sure what the deal with such a difference in picture quality is. Both were taken with the same cell phone and the E. murinus looks like it's underwater or something.

N. chromatus


No sooner than 30 minutes later, the N. chromatus did some bulldozing and completely sealed off the entrance to its hide. Hopefully a molt is imminent. It's more than due for one; 12 October 2010 was its last, and there's a lot of junk in the trunk.
 

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2nd molt this week!

I got home from work this afternoon and was pleased to find out my big P. antinous molted today. She isn't in the mood for a photo shoot, so in lieu of the spider itself, here's the exuvium next to a US penny for scale

 
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5 days after a molt

My big P. antinous female molted on 15 April, and today she decided to pose for a picture. That steel blue on the legs and pedipalps is indeed striking!

 

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A few new pics

Pamphobeteus antinous


Nhandu chromatus


Lasiodora parahybana (the dang water dish is always filled within a day of refreshing the water)
 

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Another one

Brachypelma albiceps. Glad to finally have this little one in my collection
 

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Freshly molted Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens

Exuvium next to a US dime
 

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A couple more meal time pics

Nhandu chromatus making easy work of a B. discoidalis


Lasiodora parahybana's first meal after its latest molt
 
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