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Sling Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Ungoliant, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. antinous

    antinous Pamphopharaoh

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  2. bhanimalman

    bhanimalman Arachnopeon

    Caribena Avicularia eating a cricket.
     

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  3. antinous

    antinous Pamphopharaoh

    Phormictopus sp. South Hispaniola
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    Phormictopus sp. blue
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    Love how the blue coloration differs among species!
     
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  4. Kydog100

    Kydog100 Arachnopeon Active Member

    What a beautiful G. Iheringi, I've been trying to get one for so long please tell me a little about it
     
  5. The Grym Reaper

    The Grym Reaper Arachnoreaper Arachnosupporter

    She's quite highly strung and prone to bolting but she's grown pretty fast and hits prey like a freight train, they also web like crazy for a Grammo.

     
  6. Kydog100

    Kydog100 Arachnopeon Active Member

    Truly beautiful, she looks healthy thanks for sharing it brought a smile to my face
     
  7. lostbrane

    lostbrane Arachnobaron Arachnosupporter

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    My brand new P. ornata sling with half a meal worm:
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  8. Artha

    Artha Arachnopeon

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    My new Gooty Sapphire! I just changed its Substrate out because I noticed a little bit of mold growth in the substrate! It didn't much like being moved around, but I did it by gently coaxing it out of its container, cleaning it thoroughly with hot water and adding new substrate, and putting the spider back in. It's very happy and hiding under its leaf now instead of clinging to the side!

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    And my little Brazilian Black! This is before its first molt with me! It has now had its first molt, and is already a little bigger. This little guy is a voracious eater and chases crickets across its enclosure. It also crawled out onto my hand when I removed the top to feed it. This little baby is very, very calm even as a tiny spiderling and I love it! The molt was too small to inspect for gender, so I'll wait until it gets bigger to attempt to sex it.
     
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  9. The Grym Reaper

    The Grym Reaper Arachnoreaper Arachnosupporter

     
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  10. Marika

    Marika Arachnobaron Active Member

    G. rosea
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  11. Paul1126

    Paul1126 Arachnodemon

    Freshly moulted T. blondi

    One week after moult ready for new home.
     
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  12. Marika

    Marika Arachnobaron Active Member

    Freshly molted A. bicoloratum
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  13. CJJon

    CJJon Arachnoknight Active Member

    Newly molted GBB first feed.

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  14. Paul1126

    Paul1126 Arachnodemon

    B. boehmei sling now showing adult colours.

     
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  15. BoyFromLA

    BoyFromLA ‎٩(ˊᗜˋ*)و Arachnosupporter

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    Aphonopelma joshua

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  16. Thekla

    Thekla Arachnoprince Arachnosupporter

    It took him/her 5 months and 4 moults to get from a teeny-weeny ~ 1/5" sling, that just ate for the first time in its life, to this whopping 1" inch sling. :D

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    B. albopilosum (Nicaragua)
     
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  17. WolfSoon

    WolfSoon Arachnoknight

    G. pulchra heading out of the sling phase now :)
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    B. sabulosum
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    A. minatrix before being rehoused
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    P. cambridgei
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    C. versicolor being rehoused
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    Old photo of H. chilensis considering a juicy meal :p
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  18. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Malleus Aranearum Staff Member

    Phormictopus sp. "south Hispaniola" sling enjoying half a mealworm
     
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  19. antinous

    antinous Pamphopharaoh

    My entire collection is made up of fast growing NWs....they’re just not ‘fast’ growing enough for me lol

    Phormictopus sp. ‘blue’
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    Phormictopus sp. ‘south Hispaniola’
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    2x Pamphobeteus sp. ‘mascara’
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  20. Marika

    Marika Arachnobaron Active Member

    Aphonopelma bicoloratum
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    Aphonopelma eutylenum
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    Grammostola pulchra, 1.5 years ago when she was small
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    Grammostola rosea
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    Homoeomma chilensis
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