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Sparassidae Photos - Huntsman of All Species

Discussion in 'Other Spiders & Arachnids' started by Arachnoporium, Jul 25, 2007.

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    Exactly - usually when the rare occurrence of an escapee (most often a Sparassidae - my vents are screened {D ) I get a bit frustrated when it gives chase - when I was packing that one up for you I intentionally did not catch it right away to watch those precision landings. I wish I would have taken some video. When I finally decided to catch it - there were one or two jumps before it crawled on the underside of the table and I cupped it.

     
  2. Helio

    Helio Arachnopeon

    My polybetes pythagoricus
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  3. telow

    telow Arachnobaron Old Timer



    im not huge on huntsman but i do like them but this purple one does it for me
    i want to get a couple of those very very nice looking
     
  4. Hopefully I'll be able to post my own photos of some of the purple Sparassid species tomorrow. I have had the worst PC problems imaginable - after trying to repair it for over a week of downtime, I bit the bullet today and bought a new one. To my surprise, I received a shipment of some rare Sparassids and others and will be picking them up tomorrow morning after a drive to Baltimore.

    Can't wait to see what has come in.

     
  5. Apophis

    Apophis Arachnobaron Old Timer

    just reviving this thread ;)

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  6. JakubV

    JakubV Arachnopeon

    Hi,nice pics.I canĀ“t wait til they grow.
    ... they grow bloody slowly:eek:
     
  7. Irks

    Irks Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Sold to me as Holconia immanis, but possibly Holconia insignis? Should have at least 1 molt left (molted 3 days ago), but I hope it has 2+ molts left. 5" legspan currently, female.
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  8. awesome photo. looks like a Holconia sp.
     
  9. Grupofix

    Grupofix Arachnopeon

    Hi, really interesting photos everyone. I hope I will have the purple H.lunata one day.

    my heteropoda boiei green huntsman (not really green yet)
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    and my sp.Guina
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    http://g-spiders.cz
     
  10. buthus

    buthus Arachnoprince Old Timer

    I just dont understand why this thread has not been stickyfied yet. :?
     
  11. doom

    doom Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Huntsman from Phillipines.

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  12. Stefan2209

    Stefan2209 Arachnodemon Old Timer

    Hi there,

    early x-mas gift....

    Fresh moulted

    Heteropoda lunula, cb, juvenile female (???)

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    Have a nice sunday everybody!

    Greetings,

    Stefan
     
  13. Pulk

    Pulk Arachnoprince Old Timer

    WOW, Stefan! That is awesome!
     
  14. PhilK

    PhilK Arachnolord Old Timer

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    Immanis I think. Found it while camping. Was a mature male and died, unfortunately. But not before sorting out a few crickets.
     
  15. froggyman

    froggyman Arachnoangel

    sweet stefan love the purple sp.
     
  16. Grupofix

    Grupofix Arachnopeon

    Hi, Stefan your H.lunata is so cute. I hope you have more then one and you can breed them very soon.
     
  17. Irks

    Irks Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Ditto!
    Also, sticky this thread?
     
  18. Irks

    Irks Arachnosquire Old Timer

    the male

    male Holconia, most likely insignis
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  19. xgrafcorex

    xgrafcorex Thread Killer Old Timer

    a few unknowns from florida.

    boca raton (south east coast)
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    tampa (central west coast)
    this one i found dead at my parents house
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    this one was outside of my parents house at a different time of year
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  20. lhystrix

    lhystrix Arachnobaron

    Hi.
    Genus Selenops (first pics) and Heteropoda venatoria.

    The dead one is an adult male, and the other appears to be a juvenile.
     
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