Sling shots

dennis

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Hi all,

I took some nice pictures of my s'lings, which I want to share with you.

So, enjoy!


My Avicularia versicolor after it molted about 4 days ago. The coloration is truly amazing!!


My Pamphobeteus platyomma. He is a little fat, I know, and he already know what to do with those hairs on his butt :). It's cool to see a 1" sling kicking hairs at you :D.


My small Acanthoscurria brocklehursti. This is a fast little one. It isn't much of a eater yet, but it's still cool to check out new holes he digs every now and then.



Post yours!

Dennis
 

kellygirl

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I've got to get one of those versicolors!!! Great pictures, dennie!

kellygirl
 

Gillian

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Dennie,
I agree, nice t's! It is cute when a "tiny" flicks hairs at you..Always makes me laugh..*g*
Peace,
Gillian
 

Nixy

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Aaaaaw those are So Cute.
The twins Versicolor is still that shade. So Pretty.
What kind of camera do you use?
I have a kodak but it's a good five years old and I want to see about maybe getting a newer digital. Thinking about it. :p
 

dennis

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I use a sony DSC-P51. Nothing special, but it does where I bought it for, make good pictures of my spiders. It doesn't have a marco function, so I have to get very close to the T to get a good close-up without getting a blurry pic. Not all of them seem to like that ...

Dennis
 

Nixy

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:D I know how that is Dennie. I have to get awful closeto some of mine to get a good pic.
It does take nice pictures though.
 
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