What’s Your Favorite Haplo/Cyriopagopus sp.?

Teds ts and Inverts

Arachnobaron
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She's around 4-5 inch dls. She's most likely wild caught, but considering they are one of the species commonly eaten (by people) in s.e. Asia, she's probably one of the lucky ones.
Nah, a lucky one would be chilling in a burrow somewhere in Thailand, munching down on an earthworm, minding its own business :p
 

SonsofArachne

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Nah, a lucky one would be chilling in a burrow somewhere in Thailand, munching down on an earthworm, minding its own business :p
I hear ya, but considering mine was one of the ones already caught I think she got the better of the two options. It's not like she would have been released if no one bought her.
 

TechComMike

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H. hainanum / C. hainanus. Just an impressive T, mine's 6" ish currently but I have high hopes given her appetite. Can't take a pic right now because she's just finishing off a hisser roach she started on last night just inside the entrance of her burrow. But while usually shutting up shop during the day, she invariably comes out at night for a wander and I can't imagine it's with prey expectation every time. A real hitwoman when it comes to taking down substantial prey though.
 

hunterc

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Thats a tough one....have to go with C. albostriatus...love the pattern on the abdomen
 

Teds ts and Inverts

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Some pics of my recently acquired C. minax (possibly a C. andersoni “DCF”, I really don’t know)....

C. minax (Thailand Black):
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