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Old 09-06-2011, 08:00 PM
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Oh well I have succumb to the urge, instead of posting loads of seperate threads up everytime I take a pic I like I thought I'd start one and then keep adding to it, so a family album as such.
Might take me a bit to get it up to date as there's a few pics to trawl through, not to mention I keep on adding to the clan, I can't help it (stands looking sombre) "Hi, I'm Andy and I'm an addict, an arachnoaddict, and I don't want to be cured"

Gonna start with my lovely lady who's just moulted so is looking at her very finest, she's been with me about 6 months and is one of the favs.


Soz about quality, through tank side.

My little Brachypelma emilia, proper little kicker but quite nice really

nom nom nom

New home, or should I say Manor



Next comes my Brachypelma klassi, her last moult was the 1st show of any colours.



Nxt up Brachypelma vagans (Lady Grimhilde...) she's a handful this one, but I still luv her


Even when she's looking scary


Psalmopoeus cambridgei-fastest little thing I've ever seen move....making photos hard work


nearly there for today, just like the 10 o'clock new we'll finish on a lighter note......here's one of babies from my house spider Tegenaria gigantea Talk about eyes bigger than you're belly, he managed to munch half of it before giving up


Cheers for havin a look, keep watching for next weeks exciting instalment
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Old 09-06-2011, 08:36 PM
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So I see you dont like Brachypelma's much then
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Old 09-06-2011, 10:14 PM
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Nice selection Mr Parker
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Old 09-06-2011, 10:25 PM
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So I see you dont like Brachypelma's much then
It would seem that way but I can't stand them really.
Only joking, one of my favs to be sure

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Nice selection Mr Parker
Many thanks, appreciate it

keep watching as I promise they're not all Brachys
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Old 10-06-2011, 09:10 AM
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A few more.......not all brachys this time
Psalmopoeus irminia-Sept 2010 day one.

Now June 2011

My big 'ol girl
Chilean rosea/porteri NCF (I bought her as a rosea) 13yr ago



Ooops another Brachy
Brachypelma albopilsum (day one)



Now



Eauthlus pulcherrimaklassi - Eauthlus sp.green femur
Day one with me

4 wk later she became he





Pamphobeteous machala
Xmas coat Nov2010


and now




That's todays bit done, hope you like
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Old 10-06-2011, 11:08 AM
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Awesome pics! The little Tegenaria is so cute trying to eat all that food lol. The changes on your pampho are incredible too
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Nice collection you have there man.

Also your G.rosea looks identical to mine so I assume it is a G.rosea
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Awesome pics! The little Tegenaria is so cute trying to eat all that food lol. The changes on your pampho are incredible too
haa, yeh the Tegenaria was a cutie, there's about 30 of them, running around, I'm gonna let them go soon, it's hard when you've been playing mum to them

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Nice collection you have there man.

Also your G.rosea looks identical to mine so I assume it is a G.rosea
It's the ongoing thing with name changes, years ago they were all rosea, then came in porteri and NCF/RCF and it all gets a bit manic & confusing so I always say I bought her as rosea and rosea she stays she's my old girl and lovely temperment, lovingly known as Big Momma
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haa, yeh the Tegenaria was a cutie, there's about 30 of them, running around, I'm gonna let them go soon, it's hard when you've been playing mum to them



It's the ongoing thing with name changes, years ago they were all rosea, then came in porteri and NCF/RCF and it all gets a bit manic & confusing so I always say I bought her as rosea and rosea she stays she's my old girl and lovely temperment, lovingly known as Big Momma
Ah I see. The joys of this hobby lol. I haven't named mine yet, but I like the idea of "old faithful"
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Old 11-06-2011, 04:25 PM
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Ah I see. The joys of this hobby lol. I haven't named mine yet, but I like the idea of "old faithful"
Can't fault that Old faithful

time to add a few more........
Avicularia minatrix....day one

Home for the 1st time

Avicularia sp.blue river....ahhh


Moulted a week or so ago


Avicularia laeta - little cutie

I'm orf

Recently moulted - now called "Cuddles" for his loving attitude


Cyriocosmus elegans


Cyriocosmus perezmilessi :- will try to get a better pic soon, she's quick to run.

Eauthlus sp.green - Pairing up...poor little chap had his work cut out




Ahhhh feel better for that now, gotta get my fix in
as always thanks for looking
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