What in the world is this

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Arachnoprince
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What? Never heard of invert implants? Looks natural to me... yeah, right.

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MrT

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Thats the coolest T I've ever seen. Ya think its real?:confused:
 

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I believe that is the new "J LO" phase A. musculosa. :D
 
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Is it just me or is there a huge blank space after Tarantula Lover's post?
 

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Yes, there is. And it seems to be getting longer.

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LaRiz

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This is bizarre, but not unheard of...

Sept./Oct. '97 issue of the ATS Forum depicts a Centruroides exilicauda with a double abdomen. Each "tail" tipped with a telson (stinger). This would be the wrong specimen to be stung by.
 

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I also wonder if it would have problems moulting... Hmm.. It must have one hell of an appetite. I wonder if it has duplicate organs in each abdomen or shares or something like that.
 

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Re: hey

Originally posted by Tarantula Lover
great pic, i wonder if another spider would be attracted?

James
I don't think rear ends attracts other tarantulas in the same way that it does among humans =D
 

Immortal_sin

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Originally posted by mebebraz
The spider or James's blank space?
AHAHAHAAHAHAH!!!!!
that one got me LMAO!
but yes, what's up with James's space?
and that poor spider....
looks like it was able to molt to that size, since it doesn't look like a sling to me. Either that....or it's a photoshop job!
 

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Originally posted by AlbinoDragon829
I also wonder if it would have problems moulting
It looks like a specimen that has molted several times, so I guess it is possible to molt with two butts... Really weird though!
 

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James is working on the spacing problem... with my help... poor guy.

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Usually animals that are mutated animals die pretty fast. But I don't know about spiders. great pic!
 
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