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Genus Pamphobeteus

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. SkyeSpider

    SkyeSpider Spider Queen Old Timer

    My little P. nigricolor. Boy, do these get their attitudes early!


  2. versus

    versus Arachnobaron Old Timer

    sp. Ecuador

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  3. Schlyne

    Schlyne Arachnoangel Old Timer


    P. platyomma sling

    Which I picked up from the Chicago Reptile house {D

    I hope it thrives :) I want to see it turn into a massive spider, it's so tiny now.

  4. manville

    manville Arachnoking Old Timer

    nice one man!!!!
  5. darkeye

    darkeye Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Funny how they start out so small! Beautiful creatures, all.
    Here's my P.antinous "Dexter"

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  6. HEEN67

    HEEN67 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    My young P_nigricolor: :D
    Just molted!...

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    Last edited: Jan 28, 2005
  7. blckwidow75

    blckwidow75 Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Vitalius/Pamphobeteus Platyomma - freshly molted!

    Hi guys,
    This is the first pic I've posted so I hope it works. I wanted to share some pics of my female Platyomma. She molted 2 days ago. Hope you enjoy - isn't she pretty?

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  8. Apocalypstick

    Apocalypstick Arachnodemon Old Timer

    Everytime I see pics of the p.nigricolor I think, well maybe just one bad boy T ... they are stunning :drool:

    I love to look at all the pics...you guys take such great shots!
  9. hamfoto

    hamfoto Arachnoangel Old Timer

    difference between Xenesthis?

    The Pamphobeteus nigricolor, "common bluebloom", is awesome!!!

    they look real similar to Xenesthis immanis...what makes them different, enough to give them a different species in Theraphosinae???

    and how much are you guys paying for a P. nigricolor spiderling???

  10. HEEN67

    HEEN67 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Pampho-nigricolor, spiderling!... ;)

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  11. GoTerps

    GoTerps Arachnoking Old Timer

    Sub-adult male Pamphobeteus sp. "antinous".

    Pamphobeteus sp. "nigricolor" spiderling.

    Juvenile Pamphobeteus sp2. "Ecuador".

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  12. Tony

    Tony Arachno-pragmatarian Old Timer

    P ultramurinus

    aint she sweet??
    And she went and made TWO bad eggsacs for me after mating... :mad:
  13. pelo

    pelo Arachnoangel Old Timer

    >>2 bad eggsacs... :eek: .OUCH!!....Any reasons for the bad sacs that come to mind?..or just a case of bad sac luck?Just asking because I have 2 mature females waiting patiently for a male and it would be nice to produce some good sacs.Any input appreciated.
  14. Tony

    Tony Arachno-pragmatarian Old Timer

    No idea, they looked poorly constructed and were dried out very quickly...The male seemed kinda old, but was left in with the female..After a week or two he was found dead though I couldn't find any kinda of definitive proof of attack.
    Thing is she made a sac a while ago unmated (sterile), that she did a fine job on. I believe it had 72 eggs in it? Have to dig up some pictures..
  15. Pamphobeteus Nigricolor...

    I bought this one when she was a sling. She turned out to be a show stopper!
    This one needs a date too. :p :)
  16. cryptly

    cryptly Arachnobaron

    Very nice. :D

    Think you'd better make sure she's got a secure lid on her tank. . .looks like she's raiding the cricket bin when you're not looking. {D
  17. No diet here...

    LOL! Kristal. she shed a few months ago and has been eating everything I put in there. :p
  18. robustum

    robustum Arachnosquire Old Timer

    P,platyomma juvenil
    @Tony, very nice TS, want this one too,gg :rolleyes:
    best regards J├╝rgen

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    Last edited: Apr 25, 2005
  19. GoTerps

    GoTerps Arachnoking Old Timer

    P. nigricolor

    Juvenile female Pamphobeteus nigricolor.

  20. GoTerps

    GoTerps Arachnoking Old Timer

    P. fortis

    Sub-adult Pamphobeteus fortis.

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