Playtime For Haplo

Mojo Jojo

Arachnoking
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Wow, I actually caught my H. aureopilosum s'ling out and about today. I think that this is the first time since I rehoused him so that he could burrow. It is also the first time that I have seen him post molt, as he dumped his exivum outside his burrow a couple of weeks ago. So of course I had to take pictures=D:


BD
 
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Mojo Jojo

Arachnoking
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Hey! This guy really hasn't lived up to the Haplo reputation yet. When it feels threatened, it just darts down into its burrow -- fast as lightning!

BD
 

Tarantula Lover

Psalmopoeus Lover
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Hey BD...

Great pics! It looks sort of like H.minax! Very pretty!! I love the abdomen! As slings they are shy, how bug is yours?


James
 

ArachnoJoost

Arachnobaron
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That abdomen looks remarkably alike with the abdomen of my young P. regalis and P. rufilata. Just an observation...:) Nice spider!
 

conipto

ArachnoPrincess
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Nice looking Haplo. I am quite amazed at how much a sling's coloring resembles the adult male in this species. Mine I got as an adult female, and it's almost all brown/black with a touch of golden yellow to it.

Bill
 
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