Pictures of P. murinus iin its web?

Mojo Jojo

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Hey, I'm looking for heads on or slighly birdseye (mostly heads on) view pictures of P. murinus coming out of its webhome.

I would also really like some pictures of the webbing that this species would make in its natural habitat -- dry grassland of Africa???

Jon
 

Mojo Jojo

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Actually, pictures of any baboon tarantula (including the horned ones) in its web home would be great.
 

sunnymarcie

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Ok, here is a shot of one of my slings.
It's not a great shot you can see part of it's web.
It is connected to the top of the jar and continues
around and down to a web lined burrow.
I fed this one last night, thats why he is out.
He grabbed the cricket and backed down the burrow
at lightening speed.=D
 

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Henry Kane

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I said I would post these a while ago so......

I know these arent Pterrors but BD did say "any baboon" pics. ;P

Here's another pic of the mini-beast (C. brachycephalis) ready to square off with me...
This little one is only about 2" btw.
 

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Henry Kane

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Here's my other C. brachy female. She's almost at the 3" mark. Actually, I got her at the ATS conference from a very cool friend. She's apparently acclimating well and has very graciously burrowed so I can see her easily....at least until she covers the view with silk.
 

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Mojo Jojo

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Thanks for the replies. I guess what I really want are good pictures of the actual webbing that usambaras make. I guess i don't really need a picture of an usambara in the web.

Jon
 

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I guess what I really want are good pictures of the actual webbing that usambaras make. I guess i don't really need a picture of an usambara in the web.


 
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