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Genus Xenesthis

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. MrDeranged

    MrDeranged He Who Rules Staff Member

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    Xenesthis immanis

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    Scott
     
  2. willywonka

    willywonka Arachnosquire Old Timer

    I want one of these sooooo bad. Nice picture.
     
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  3. KidMunti

    KidMunti Arachnosquire Old Timer

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    Holy guacamole!!! N..n..n..n..n..n..nice!!! I'll spend my beermoney to get one of this. :pChalmer
     
  4. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    Geez Scott, did ya have off from work today or somthing?;P
    Xenesthis sp. (blue?)
     

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  5. PapaSmurf

    PapaSmurf Arachnodemon Old Timer

    yeah those xenethis species are badass...

    :DJosh
     
  6. ArachKnight

    ArachKnight Arachnosquire Old Timer

    what an awesome species

    joel
     
  7. Navaros

    Navaros Arachnoprince Old Timer

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    Nice pics guys. I can't wait to get some Xenesthis!
     
  8. tarcan

    tarcan Arachnoking Old Timer

    Here is a Xenesthis sp. "White"
     
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  9. tarcan

    tarcan Arachnoking Old Timer

    A little X. intermedia
     
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  10. tarcan

    tarcan Arachnoking Old Timer

    the classic, X. immanis
     
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  11. Navaros

    Navaros Arachnoprince Old Timer

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    Wow the white one is cool. So are all the others.:rolleyes:
     
  12. tarcan

    tarcan Arachnoking Old Timer

    Another one... X. immanis
     
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  13. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

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    a spiderling of something what's called here in Germany Xenesthis sp. "weiß" (weiß = white), due to it's white/bright/orange legs as spiderlings and juveniles. Later as adults (>>click here<<, photo collage by Steffen Haller) they look very similar to the species known in the pet trade as X. immanis
     

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  14. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Xenesthis sp. "weiß"

    and another spiderling
     

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  15. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Xenesthis sp. "weiß"

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    the larger they get, the more they brown out:
     

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  16. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Xenesthis sp. "weiß"

    a juvenile:
     

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  17. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Xenesthis sp. "weiß"

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  18. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Xenesthis sp. "weiß"

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    a semi-adult Xenesthis sp. "weiß":
     

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  19. Martin H.

    Martin H. Arachnoangel Old Timer

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    and a small spiderling, in this stage the legs are more brigth / whiteish:
     

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  20. tarcan

    tarcan Arachnoking Old Timer

    Yes the picture I posted was taken back last July, I have taken some new ones that I will post when I get the chance (ref: Xenesthis sp. "white")...

    I have seven specimens left and almost all of them do not have any "orange-yellow" on th elegs anymore... mostly dark grey as we speak...

    Martin