PICTURES OF MY Ceratogyrus brachycephalus

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For the first time in ages my C brachycepalus came out of her den today for a photo shoot. I only had time to get two good pictures before she scooped up the pinkie and drug it back into her hole so here is what I got.
 

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JacenBeers

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I think this spider is slightly deformed. Its abdomen is kinda twisted it seems. I find this very strange.
 

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bodc21

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those are very good pics thanks for sharing them-jason
 

blackacidevil

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Very cool indeed.....

I had only read about those spiders but wasn't aware that they were so yellowish. It looks humongous.....is that camera trickery?
 

JacenBeers

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This one is extremely yellowish. And yes it is only 3 inches.
 

dennis

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Dam, that's a cool spider. Are they really that aggesive as some caresheets tell?

Dennis
 

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No this one isn't that aggressive at all. It is kinda like an A seemani in its temperment. It is more flighty than anything.
 

Doug H

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very cool .I especialy like the black flame like markings around her eyes. I have been thinking about getting into this genous of T's do you have any others?
Doug
 

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No this is the only one. I was always my favorite in the genus so I put it on my wishlist and when i came across it I scooped it up immediately.
 

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No it was a juvie when I got it. It hasnt even undergone a molt in my care. I am hoping it survives a molt. It has been worrying me because of the deformity of its abdomen.
 
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