Unidentified Ornithoctoninae (No ID Requests)

tarcan

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Chris,

I guess we'll just have to fix this for you then! :)

Take care

Martin
 

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i wouldnt be surpised if they are a Haplopelma ;] hehe
but to anwser your question i think there more calm than alot of other asian species ive dealt with.like most spiders they would rather just run into there burrow than fight
 

seanbond

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looks like its in the wild....this sp is too sick.
 

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fartkowski

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I know, this guy is about 2 1/2" right now.
Do you know if these guys are fast growers?
 

seanbond

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yeah mine have molted once within my possession. there around that size too..adults are gorgeous!
 

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heres something you dont see everyday ;]

Ornithoctoninae sp.



Ornithoctoninae G.sp."Malaysia"

 

seanbond

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great pix chris, whats the species with the trap door like hide?
 

GoTerps

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Hey Chris,

That trapdoor is fantastic!

What species is this one? (or what has it been sold as?)

Eric
 

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Chris,

that picture came out great,

how big do you think she is? picture of the male didnt come out good huh?;)

i cant see that its starting to show more jet blackness, these are awesome
 
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