Welcoming My New Slings

Exoskeleton Invertebrates

Arachnoprince
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IMG_4926.JPG IMG_4919.JPG IMG_4930.JPG IMG_4934.JPG IMG_4932.JPG IMG_4924.JPG Morning/afternoon, I'm welcoming my new slings to join the rest of the tarantula family until I decide to part with them.

So let's play a game guess those spiders?
 

boina

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Well, No. 1 is a GBB, but other than that? No. 3 may be some Tapi something or other, a little older - my T. sanctivincenti slings look quite similar. 4 is probably a baboon, maybe @KezyGLA knows that one. 6 looks like T. gigas. No idea about 2 and 5.

This is fun :)
 

D Sherlod

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No idea
but I love them all for different reasons
I really love the mohawk on the abdomin of #3
 

Chris LXXIX

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I'm baffled a bit by C.cyaneopubescens, because I was expecting to see a triumph of genus Grammostola that mortals aren't even aware of :troll:

Joking man :-s
 

Venom1080

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GBB, Xenesthis sp., P murinus TCF DCF RCF, the new mini GBB.
 

Exoskeleton Invertebrates

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Photo #1: Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens "Green Bottle Blue"

Photo #2: Pamphobeteus sp. "Solaris"

Photo #3: Pterinochilus murinus "Mombasa Golden Starburst"

Photo #4: Pterinochilus murinus "Mikumi National Park/Tanzania", "DCF"

Photo #5: Pterinochilus murinus "Usumbara"

Photo #6: Theraphosinae sp. "Colombia", "Pulso de Fuego"
 

JoeRossi

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LOL Wow beautiful, power fed, stuffed like pigs......Where did those come from (I know the one DCF from Craig, but mine was the OG LOL).....I missed the big guess by a few minutes. Pretty sure I would have had them all ;)
 
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