Selenotypus plumipes/ Australian featherleg

jwb121377

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Nice steve! It is not often that we here on the board get to see pictures of the native Australian species.
 

Sean

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Nice pics steve, is it aggressive??? Are Aussie Ts the majority aggressive i dont know alot about them since you never see them over here:mad:
 

nemesis6sic6

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wow

that's a nice T it kinda remainds me of a zombie for some reson.
Zombie T o0o0o0oH;P
well any ways nice pic and nice T
geo
 

Steve Nunn

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Originally posted by Sean
Nice pics steve, is it aggressive???
Hi Sean, for a theraphosid, highly defensive. All Aussie T's are that way.

Cheers,
Steve
 

SpiderTwin

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Did you catch this one yourself or is it purchased?
What other T's are native to Australia?
 

Dean W

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umm, steve, yer last name isn;t Irwin by any chance is it?
*In cheesy Aussie accent* "Im Steve Irwin, tarauntula Hunter!"
Mwa hahahaha
 

Steve Nunn

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Hi Atrax,
Yep, I'm breeding them now, but they're still quite a while off, very slow growers, would put some Aphonopelma to shame!

Steve
 
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