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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:15 pm 
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Thank you! She's a cutie pie.


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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2013 4:14 pm 
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P. cambridgei girl was out for a photo shoot last night.

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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2013 4:33 pm 
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Nice pics Jackie, looks to still be a juvie, am I right? What's the legspan? I've got one that is about 2" right now. Also what is your backdrop? A rock?



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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2013 1:57 am 
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She's about 3 inches leg span, so yeah, still a juvie. Saw she has a few mites. :( Very upsetting. I'm taking care of it though.


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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2013 4:25 am 
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oh - also, yes, the backdrop is actually an upturned water dish for say, a gecko or something. Very shallow and wide. Its made of some kind of stone though. It doesn't work in any of the T enclosures because its TOO shallow, but its pretty, so works great for pictures! I put that, and some cork bark and a fake plant in a big plastic tub and let her wander around and pick her own backdrop. :)


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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:59 pm 
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Ms. Mustache is now 100% confirmed female...of course the jury is still out on her exact species. So now she is Aphonopelma sp. "waconum" possibly anax and possibly hentzi. Go figure. Either way, she's gorgeous now :)


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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 3:59 pm 
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Does not look like anax or hentzi to me.



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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 11:00 pm 
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Me either, as I know them, but Brent is the one changing the genus around and he said that's what she probably is if she came out of Waco, TX, so its possible that many species we did not know as hentzi will now become known as hentzi. I'm keeping her labelled as waconum for now, but with the others in question mark form until I know, if that happens.


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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:36 am 
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Here's my hentzi to compare.

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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:22 pm 
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Ah. Actually, other than carapace color, they do look the same...same body shape, same leg and abdomen color (plus the weird ruffled effect of the hairs on the abdomen)...I think that he is lumping a lot of different animals caught in different locations into the hentzi group, and that sort of makes sense. If he's got the DNA evidence to prove it, then likely there are just different color forms of hentzi. I see a lot of resemblance, plus mine just molted, so often colors are darker until they harden up...I'll take another photo in a week and see if they look even closer. thanks for that! It would be nice to finally have a line on what she is. He said that anything caught in Waco, TX is going to be hentzi.


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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:27 pm 
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Mustache in the natural light, four days post molt.

This is that Aphonopelma sp. "waconum" or hentzi or anax or whatever (maybe she's from Mars)..

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through a fun filter, even.
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Iridopelma sp Recife
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Kochiana brunnipes sling getting adult colors :)
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Avicularia diversipes nom nom nom nom
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Nhandu coloratovillosus adult female :)
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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 12:40 am 
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Aphonopelma dwarf emerging from her burrow:
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Pumpkin Patch "Small" sling:
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P. baeri, little sweetheart..
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The Tappy that tried to give me a stroke (plumipes):
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New C. elegans :)
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Paraphysa parvula freebee!
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Last but not least, this is Mojo, my P. cambridgei sling that I hope grows to male, so he can make beautiful adorable babies with my older lady juvenile, Lightning.
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 Post subject: Its been a while...
PostPosted: Tue Oct 01, 2013 3:38 am 
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I'm terrible. I've neglected this forum for a long time, and even worse, my photo thread! Seriously shame on me, I know, wet noodle, and all of that.

Remember that parvula freeb from a previous post? Here she is now:

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_IGP8974 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP8969 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

A recent shot of my Phlogiellus sp. Palawan. All lady.

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_IGP8963 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP7090 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

What used to be mine, but now belongs to a friend, and I am very jealous and disgruntled about it..

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_IGP8942 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

A few shots of my Brachypelma albopilosum

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_IGP8372 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP7484 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP8356 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr
"I'm waiting for you to turn your back so I can turn this fresh water into mud."

Proof that i DO actually have an Acanthoscurria insubtilis... it just wants to remain anonymous.

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_IGP8353 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

A really weird looking tarantula... ;)
Anuroctonus phaiodactylus (aka Mafia scorpion), little boy

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_IGP8348 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP8346 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr
(He is all about the hugs...trust me)

Female Ami sp. Columbia (is this amazonica, do we know yet? Photo matching on google would say yes, but I know how worthless that can be)

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_IGP8338 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Here she is playing dead. Its her best trick.
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_IGP8277 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP7033 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Aphonopelma paloma. Tiny and full of hate.

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_IGP8331 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Babycurus jacksoni at 2i (has since molted to 3i)

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_IGP8294 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP8293 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

An absolutely thrilled to see me Nhandu tripepii

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_IGP8249 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Psalmopoeus reduncas sling complemented by what I think is my finger..

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_IGP8268 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Lilu (New River)

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_IGP8267 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Ms. Persephone, Nhandu coloratovillosus...badly needing molt

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_IGP6981 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP6980 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP6979 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Calliope, Nhandu chromatus, recently molted

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_IGP6978 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

peekaboo
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_IGP6977 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

One of the bazillion Avic slings.. believe this one's the urticans

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_IGP8183 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

A. met (has recently molted out of the gigantic bum)

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_IGP8138 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

I gave this Iridopelma hirsutum a chance to escape into a controlled environment and what does it do? THIS

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_IGP8132 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Little G. rosea sling (I swear I don't feed them all that often, I don't understand this obesity epidemic here)

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_IGP8125 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

One of the two evil versicolor, this one bit me

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_IGP7536 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP7535 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP7531 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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_IGP7523 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Mustache, 0.1 Aphonopelma waconum, "get my good side"

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_IGP7515 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

The slightly less angry rear end of an Aphonopelma mojave

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_IGP7114 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

A. something

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_IGP7106 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Hapalopus sp. Columbian Klein (amirite?) aka Pumpkin patch "small"... munchkin patch..you get the idea

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_IGP7104 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

And apparently my new Flickr runs out here, so I'll have to catch up on the rest in a bit. Enjoy!


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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Tue Oct 01, 2013 4:04 am 
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Miss Mustache again, can really see her blonde highlight.

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Miss Mustache by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

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Awaconum by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

The carapace of my now gigantic yet ridiculously elusive P. cambridgei female, I swear she's in there somewhere..

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IMGP5418 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Ah yes, here, eating a roach.
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IMGP5959 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

And stretching
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_IGP8206 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

And before her most recent molt, when I had to clean out all the poo she slings around and replace her cork hollow.

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IMGP6489 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

A. gigas millipede! Because.

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IMGP0904 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

The last time I rehoused Emory (E. uatuman), S/he is much bigger now

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DSCN1707 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Daisy, the G. porteri from the first post in this thread, who frequently tries to eat her way to freedom...this was the instant I took the lid off her KK..

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_IGP6992 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

Peace!
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_IGP6997 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

(here she is eating her way out a few months prior)

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IMGP6470 by alltheworldinonegirl, on Flickr

She seems to have stopped doing that, but by god it was unnerving...


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 Post subject: Re: My Beauties
PostPosted: Tue Oct 01, 2013 10:49 am 
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The fact that you left your posting on this forum for a while allows me to discover the whole thing today! Thanks a lot for sharing, and bravo for the splendid pictures!

What is the sp. on picture _IGP8942?



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