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He matured quick lol xD
Found this little guy crawling around outside today. Does this look like a L. variolus? Thanks.
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[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH] [ATTACH] Found this little guy crawling on my floor, I would appreciate an ID. Thanks
I use water dishes for most of my bigger ts, I just mist my slings. My E. murinus female puts her boluses in her water dish, so I don't fill it up...
Thanks for all the feedback! The Tarantula Canada poster looks pretty awesome, I may actually get it, but I would prefer it to have ventral pics....
Does anyone know where I could get a poster like this https://www.flickr.com/photos/toddgearheart/5211860717/ or a similar one? I would really...
Definitely looks like mature male of the Kukulcania genus. The females of this genus are stunning IMO.
Just received an adult female E.murinus and a T.gigas sling from abboreal! They were packed great and arrived in great...
Looks like an A. metallica to me, but I'm no expert it's just a guess.
H. lividum not happy about his transfer
C. darlingi juvie
A. avic enjoying a meal.
I traded EdwardTyndall my MM H.lividum for 6 slings and a pair of walking stick insects. They arrived alive and packed great, he even...
H. lividum molt
I agree, I was debating on a few different spiders, one being a nursery web spider and a common huntsman, but it looks more like a nursery web spider.
I found it in Georgia, there's a creek in my back yard and the fishing spiders I usually see are darker.
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I went to the repticon show with my uncle, and came back with these! All of them are slings.:biggrin:
1 Ephebopus murinus