Roxie-My new A.bicoloratum

petitegreeneyes

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Here's one of my newest family members, I call her Roxie. She is replacing the one that had a larvae bust out of her. She is captive raised and quite a beauty in my eyes.
 

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MrT

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Greeneyes,
Roxey looks very nice.:)
Looks like she's regrowing a leg.
Good luck with her.

Ernie
 

petitegreeneyes

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Wow Mr.T,
Can you believe I didn't notice that, but you are right now that I take a better look at her. Thanks!
 

HannibalCmp

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How did he/she loser his/her leg anyway? I did not know that they could regrow legs but then again...I am not into the hoby yet but I will be Tuesday=D .
 

Joy

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I love bicoloratums, too! How big is your Roxie?

Joy
 

zoobugs

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Greeneyes,
Are they cool or what? My fave Aphono. I've 4 myself and am getting more soon.
 

jwb121377

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Originally posted by petitegreeneyes
She is replacing the one that had a larvae bust out of her. She is captive raised and quite a beauty in my eyes.
Wow I had the same thing happen to one of mine. Made me very mad seeing it cost me $75 big ones.

Your right she is a beauty. ;)
 

petitegreeneyes

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Hi Joy, She is 3".

I don't know how she lost a leg, it happened before I got her. But at least it is back and growing good. I have an A.seemani that was short a leg and after its molt it got it back,(just a little smaller)
 

Gillian

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PGE,
Ooohh! I'm so envious! I so want one, but no can afford...:(

Peace,
Gillian
 

Immortal_sin

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very nice T....I always get them mixed up, and keep thinking they are in the Brachypelma genus!
Someday, I will have one. Meanwhile, I don't have room for the ones I already have ;)
 
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