Some of my favorite T's

snakecollector

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The only way I could get pics of the top of her is to let her "kill" a ruler. She is an absolutely wicked T. She is the most defensive animal I have in my collection, rattlesnakes included {D

She is definitely one of my favorites. Maybe someday I will find a male.
 

snakecollector

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Pamphobeteus Sp. Peru

This is a big girl that I have had for quite a while.
She is usually pretty easy going...
 

snakecollector

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Grammastola Sp

This T is one that we are still trying to get identified. We
were told by Rick West that it is a Grammastola sp that has not
been completely identified. She recently molted and is velvet black
with a little brownish color around her carapace.
 

AudreyElizabeth

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WOW- That first is the Acanthoscurria sp. Bolivia isn't it?
She is a beauty! And, a beast apparently! :D
 

jbm150

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The only way I could get pics of the top of her is to let her "kill" a ruler. She is an absolutely wicked T. She is the most defensive animal I have in my collection, rattlesnakes included {D

She is definitely one of my favorites. Maybe someday I will find a male.
I remember Satellite Rob used to say this species was the most defensive of all he's ever encountered! Pretty cool :D
 

AudreyElizabeth

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I remember Satellite Rob used to say this species was the most defensive of all he's ever encountered! Pretty cool :D
I think he called it Acanthoscurria fracta. I remember that post. Wonder if I could dig it up.

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Well duh lol. I just noticed the name up in the top right-hand corner lol. :eek:
So then it is not the sp. Bolivia.
 
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snakecollector

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The Fracta

Nope the A. Fracta is not the bolivian. The Bolivian is the fat brown T underneath.

The Fracta is definitely the most aggressive T in my collection. OBT has NOTHING on this girl. I will be adding some more pics of my collection once everyone finishes molting.

Thank you
John
 
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