'The Most Adorable' award goes to....

Leila

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Okay, I'm bored. I have too much time on my hands right now, and I want to have a bit of fun.

Tell me your pick/picks for The Most Adorable Tarantula award. You can list up to 3. Ok, screw it. List as many as you want- doesn't matter to me. (Attached pictures help your vote.)

Uh, and, male members: you can participate too. Don't let the 'adorable' word scare you away o_O

Aaaaaaand...GO!
 

cold blood

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dang, when i opened this thread i thought it was about giving me an award:D


oh, did you mean spiders?
 

basin79

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Idiothele mira. There's just something "adorable" about the way they feed. Be it a surprise bunker attack
Or a more traditional hit and then back to their underground bunker.

For me though no tarantula can match the adorable/cute levels of a jumping spider (obviously not a T). Not even a Idiothele mira.
 

cold blood

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That's not right. How do I get gallery pictures to show up? The image URL thing doesn't work.
they have to be in your gallery, in which case you click on the camera icon....other peoples pics must be linked...its against ab user policy to post other peoples pics;)
 

PanzoN88

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E. Sp. red
C. versicolor
A. metallica
E. Sp. yellow
B. albopilosum

I'll post pictures later when the collection gets fed.

E. Sp. red (both of them will be pictured as well as my B. albopilosum.

I can't post pictures of The E. Sp. yellow and C. versicolor simply because I haven't sent for them yet (tomorrow it happens), nor can I post pictures of the A. metallica as he died a mature male who did not get to pass on his genes plus I do not have great pictures of him.
 

MGery92

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I have more than 3 pictures, but I think these are "adorable" (@Leila :)), cute and funny.

Really plump Davus pentaloris:
Davus pentaloris #2 A.jpg

A very BIG Nhandu tripepii:
Nhandu tripepii #2 L4.jpg

Euathlus sp. "red" #1 with a pinhead roach:
Euathlus sp. red #1 L2.jpg

A nice looking booty ;) (Nhandu coloratovillosus):
Back2.jpg

Little Acanthoscurria geniculata threat posture (he was hungry :)):
Hungry1.jpg

And #1, Brachypelma albopilosum. She took the straw from me, and she wanted to eat it :rofl::
20170531 A.jpg
 

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they have to be in your gallery, in which case you click on the camera icon....other peoples pics must be linked...its against ab user policy to post other peoples pics;)
So i DO have to link it? I was trying to do it without copying and pasting it. In the case of Taco, she never posted that picture in the gallery. It's her avatar.
 

Leila

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My vote goes for the Avicularia genus (as well as Caribena and Ybapora) Those little hooved feet and fluffy legs ::::love::::
 

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gypsy cola

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nothing is more adorable than a sling being feisty.

Sling: Come at bro!
Me: you can't even break my skin...

If someone has a picture of a feisty sling...please post it.
 

Venom1080

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Favorite would have to be pretty much any Avicularia juvie. The eyes and fluff do it all.
 

Flexzone

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Megaphobema velvetosoma

P. murinus

B. emilia

B. smithi

C. caribena

A. chalcodes

And my never growing G. rosea
 

basin79

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nothing is more adorable than a sling being feisty.

Sling: Come at bro!
Me: you can't even break my skin...

If someone has a picture of a feisty sling...please post it.
Not a T sling but a screen shot of one of my Macrothele gigas slings after a rehouse . So funny.


 

mconnachan

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My tiny B.albopilosum slings eating their first prey in my care, so darn cute, amazing how they can break the skin of the dubias backs.
 
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