Sling Appreciation Thread

RHawk

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Avicularia juruensis m#1

Avicularia merianae, with & without flash

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Spoodfood

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Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens 1.5”
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Chilobrachys fimbriatus (now a 3-3.5” juvenile, but this is when she was a sling)
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Harpactira pulchripes 1”
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Brachypelma emilia 1.5”
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Froggeo

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t. kahlenbergi throwing a slight threat(?) posture at a light pointed to its little cave (I don't blame it, just amazing to see him/her for the first time in a few days lol). I love how he/she has expanded the cave today so that it can be observed pretty clearly from outside.
 

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Pmurinushmacla

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Sorry if this has been done already, but I couldn't find it here. I feel like slings are underappreciated, as a lot of slings have dull colors compared to their mature counterparts, and wanted to create a thread to show off some of your slings. Here are a couple of mine: 20220311_063006.jpg 20220305_152706~2.jpg
 

Shinn

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My 1 inch D. pentaloris sling waterboarding it's mealworm.
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Same sling burying the evidence.
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New Grammostola pulchripes neighbour.
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Shinn

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My H. pulchripes sling feeling a bit of apocalyptical mood today. Fashioned a mushroom cloud out of the Coco peat.
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