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Old 05-06-2017, 08:38 PM
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Bloody hell mate, they are both beautiful, but really love the H, Mac. Got a tiny sling myself, cant imagine it ever being that size, lol!

Also, how come your T's always seem to be out in the open, mine never are & I'm finding it a bit frustrating to be honest?
That was definitely the episode of friends where Ross says "you ate my sandwich!!!!!!!".

Those are the first camera pics I've got of my H.mac. I still haven't got any of my Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli (don't see her at all really in the open). My Poecilotheria subfusca lowland is usually out at night but I can't get pics of her as she bolts like my Cyriopagopus hati hati. My Chilobrachys fimbriatus runs back into her silken den as soon as she realises I'm about. I'd love to be able to get some pics of my arboreals as they're unbelievably stunning.


The only T's of mine who are out almost all the time are my Brachypelma hamorii, Grammostola pulchra and Megaphobema mesomelas. My Caribena versicolor is out most nights (unless she's in premoult) and stops out until the morning. My Idiothele mira is out most nights too.

Once my Grammostola iheringi, Theraphosa blondi and Pamphobeteus antinous have grown a but I'm hoping they'll be out a lot.

Believe me, you can go back over this thread and you'll see just how little I see some of my T's. It can be frustrating but that's just how some tarantulas are.
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Grady: That's strange, sir. I don't have any recollection of that at all.
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Old 07-06-2017, 01:42 PM
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Hymenopus coronatus feeding and giving me "the look".

https://youtu.be/W7ZuwE8WjP0
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Grady: That's strange, sir. I don't have any recollection of that at all.
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An absolutely phenomenonal take down by my Hyllus diardi.

https://youtu.be/jsm1yiMk_6s
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Phidippus regius and the suicidal fly.

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Old 07-06-2017, 05:32 PM
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So this lass shed last Wednesday. She's absolutely massive compared to when she arrived.


And now after 2 moults.


https://youtu.be/BNJ7LzuOtlY

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An absolutely phenomenonal take down by my Hyllus diardi.

https://youtu.be/jsm1yiMk_6s
Ha ha! Absolutely brilliant!!
Really like these, where did you get her from Basin, if you don't mind me asking?
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Ha ha! Absolutely brilliant!!
Really like these, where did you get her from Basin, if you don't mind me asking?
I got her from TSS. BUGZUK had pairs too.
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So this lass shed last Wednesday. She's absolutely massive compared to when she arrived.
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And now after 2 moults.
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https://youtu.be/BNJ7LzuOtlY

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That's your P. antinous right? Wow, two moults since you've had her, that's some growth rate, eh? She's looking fantastic mate,going to be a real beauty for sure.
My petersi & my stermi are both hidden away, hopefully ready for a moult.
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That's your P. antinous right? Wow, two moults since you've had her, that's some growth rate, eh? She's looking fantastic mate,going to be a real beauty for sure.
My petersi & my stermi are both hidden away, hopefully ready for a moult.
No. She's my Theraphosa blondi.

My Pamphobeteus antinous has moulted once but is a fair bit behind this lass.
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No. She's my Theraphosa blondi.

My Pamphobeteus antinous has moulted once but is a fair bit behind this lass.
Yeah just realised it was your blondi, as I watched your post moult feed video. She is cracking mate.
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