User Tarantulafeet's Tarantula Pics

Tarantulafeets

Arachnoknight
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Gave my C marshalli a piece of cork to see if she'd web it up, and I got some mild attitude back lol
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Rainbow slippers activate!
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Lp: I think that she's in premolt, because she's been kicking some hairs lately. Last time she molted was June 21st last year so she definitely needs it.
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Looks like she doesn't know how to use toilet paper:rofl:
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Tarantulafeets

Arachnoknight
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What a handsome face
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Some pics from my wild isopod colony
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Eating a fish pellet in the darkness
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T albo
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T vagans
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C marshalli
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Tarantulafeets

Arachnoknight
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A chalcodes stuck a freshly molted foot outside. Can't wait to see the whole t soon!
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I also noticed some sort of mites on my vinegaroons near their eyes and joints. These types if mites should be fine, right? I recently changed their substrate to reptisoil, could that be the cause?
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Ungoliant

Malleus Aranearum
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I also noticed some sort of mites on my vinegaroons near their eyes and joints. These types if mites should be fine, right? I recently changed their substrate to reptisoil, could that be the cause?
If you have care questions, I would post them here.
 

Tarantulafeets

Arachnoknight
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Pelican/Assassin spider
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Gbb
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Got some more prominent spikes on the legs
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A chalcodes got some webbing on her face
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Tarantulafeets

Arachnoknight
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Little E murinus was missing the last leg on its right and the first leg on its left, and one molt later, they are almost fully grown back.
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C marshalli
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A avicularia
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L parahybana
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Jess S

Arachnobaron
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Your photos are getting better and better and you are an amazingly talented artist too!
 
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