Picture day!

Austin S.

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I am just going to make this clear first off. The last pic that will be shown is of my Scolopendra subspinipes eating something "some" people may consider ridiculous. Let me just say this. He/she has not eatin since the convention; since Pat had it. It has been burrowed away all this time. Yesterday it finallycame out for a stroll. I threw a cricket in, no response, threw a roach in, same. So I threw something else in... :eek: Till then, here are the pictures! :D
Someone molted!!!

OH YEAH!
 

Austin S.

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Aphonopelma hentzi 5.75"



Lobster roach tank-1 min. after dinner was served:
 

Austin S.

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3 min. after:

Close-up

Haplopelma schmidti "Gold phase" (She refuses to burrow. Even with 9" of peat... :confused:)
 

luna

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She's so dark now! Can't wait to see a picture of the dorsal side.
 

Austin S.

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My saddest part of my day... :(
Brachypelma smithi... This is how she spends her days. NEVER moves...

Shes being kept on dry peat with a water dish... any ideas??
 

Austin S.

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Now my fav. part of the day! :D The male has been in her "home", in her tube, for 3 weeks now. She has been in his that same amt. of time.
Poecilotheria formosa male

female

Hehehe shes getting kinda big :)
 

Austin S.

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Hehehe shes getting kinda big :)

Here is satan himself



If I even ever do this again, it will be limited to once every 3-5 months.
 

Austin S.

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You need to catch up on the subject of the smithi issue. I'll find it. I know shes dehydrated man.
 
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