Poecilotheria subfusca

LaRiz

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They're alright ;)
john

PS I like how I could focus in the cork around the subject, even focusing in between the legs. Totally avoiding the subject. Amazing isn't it? :mad:
 

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NightCrawler

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DAMN I need to get me one of those, It is just to beautyfull for me not to have :)
 

Steve Nunn

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Outside of P.metallica, these have to be the nicest pokie around.
 

Tangled WWWeb

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PS I like how I could focus in the cork around the subject, even focusing in between the legs. Totally avoiding the subject. Amazing isn't it?


U got skillz ;)

Actually I think that is one of the nicer pics I've seen of that species. That is a really sharp looking spider.
 

atmosphere

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I love the purpleish markings on that spider. Great picture:D
 

Morr

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:eek:

Wow.. that is one beautiful spider! Arboreal, and with those colors.. wow, really really nice :D
 

Venom

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MUCH prettier than the pic on Rick West's site! Very nice.
 

Jeff_C

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ok I'll add a me too. That is one pretty T. Guess I need to add that to the list :)
 

skadiwolf

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wow, that is a gorgeous spider and i congratulate you on your excellent, excellent photographs.

that first one especially is very well done.

bravo!

(sigh...why do all the truly beautiful ones have to be untouchable?) -sniffle- :(
 

Bry

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Wow, the color and pattern on that one is amazing! The color/patterns remind me of Van Gogh's painting, Starry Night. Looks pretty enough for me to cut my ear off. :)

Bry
 

safetypinup

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Great pics John! Subfusca probably tops my list as my favorite Poec at the moment...

BTW, what kind of camera are you using?
 

Joy

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Originally posted by LaRiz
They're alright ;)
john

PS I like how I could focus in the cork around the subject, even focusing in between the legs. Totally avoiding the subject. Amazing isn't it? :mad:
I've been vainly trying to get my hands on one of these for over a year! And now you go taunting me with your photos, dangling the desire of my heart in front of my longing eyes (as it were).

You are a lucky guy!

Joy
 

dennis

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Even nicer than a P. miranda ....

From the first time I saw this specie in a book, I wanted one, but haven't seen one for sale yet. I bet they must be very expensive.

Dennis
 

safetypinup

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Surprisingly, they are not insanely expensive. In the US, slings and small juveniles usually run around $75-$100 (roughly 65-85 EUR). They are available occasionally...I think a few dealers have them in stock now. We have a 2+" juvenile currently priced at $125. They are absolutely awesome spiders. Better than mirandas, in my opinion ;)
 
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