Tapinauchenius Appreciation: Tapinauchenius elenea

Midwest Art

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Smaller more docile cousin to Tapinauchenius gigas. These beauties have a lighter colored carapace than T. gigas. A nice "sunrise" coloration!

N-Joy
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Mojo Jojo

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Wow!

Now why didn't you bring that up when I started asking question about the taps a week or 2 ago?

Jon
 

Mojo Jojo

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Now why in the world would you go around posting pictures of such a beautiful species and not even have it up for sale on your website? That is cruel.

Are you selling? And if so, for how much?

Jon
 

Sean

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Art is awsome

Art why do you seem to alwayz have the coolest T, awsome
 

Midwest Art

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T. elenea

Thanks for the kudos!

Sorry none for sale.

They are skiddish, took me a while to calm this female down as compared to the T. latipe who just sat there.

N-Joy
 

Professor T

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Re: T. elenea

Originally posted by Midwest Art
Thanks for the kudos!

Sorry none for sale.

They are skiddish, took me a while to calm this female down as compared to the T. latipe who just sat there.

N-Joy
They're Ok if you like that drop dead gorgeous, tequilla sunrise look. :8o
 

Professor T

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Common name

I think a good common name for Tapinauchenius elenea would be Pavlov's tequilla sunrise dogspider, because its making people salivate like dogs. :}
 
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