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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Dragondrool, Nov 2, 2018.
C cyaneopubescens 1 1/2" sling
Oh dear i messed that up sorry. Duplicate pictures.
The other butt pics are my b.albopolosum and avic avic
Dont no how to fix the double pics
Thankyou to whoever it was who fixed the duplicate
Cyriopagopus sp Hati Haiti
Wooow what camera/lens do you use Basin?
My Aphonopelma seemanni juvie, Acheron, arrived yesterday.
She's stunning (at least, I hope she turns out to be female).
Really nice disposition, too, very calm.
She arrived with the bald spot, probably from being corralled into her package, and what a colour she is under there!
All the pictures are just amazing! I have an old (Blackberry) camera -- so definitely jealous! lol
My pictures are usually only adequate enough that one can distinguish between carapace and abdomen and leggage. Colours are hit or miss.
It just occurred to me that Acheron's bald butt looks a bit like the main landmass of Michigan. heheh
Nikon D5500 with their "cheap" micro lens.
Do She Got a Booty? (♀ Neoholothele incei 2.25")
Gravid A. chalcodes
0.1 B. hamorii
0.1 C. cyaneopubescens (juvenile)
Both of them just got a nice juicy roach and apparently didn't want to share...
e x t r a T H I C C
I guess raising her butt in the air is her idea of a threat pose?
B. albopilosum sling.
Hapalopus sp. Colombia Large
Theraphosinae sp. Panama
Avicularia avicularia 'metallica'
Cyriocosmus bicolor (formerly chicoi)
Homoeomma sp. Blue/Thrixopelma lagunas