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Thought i'd get some shots of the different sizes of T's i have at the moment, i placed a penny in each tank and took a pici of each, i actually could'nt get a pici of my smallest spiderling yamia sp it's too tiny lol....

Avicularia avicularia spiderling..

Brachypelma smithi spiderling (and a fat one at that greedy bugger )lol)

Grammostola rosea juvinile

Brachypelma smithi juvinile..

Lasiadora parahybana adult female..


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Oh i like spiders now.. but only the tiny ones... very impressive Nicky..
 

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awwwww now they r so sweet
 

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No Cliffy i don't, Tarantulas are actually quite delicate their abdomens can quite easily pop if dropped, plus they stress easily....unless nessecary for tank clean etc i leave them alone and then for my biggest ones a make up brush to softly coax them into container where they can be kept for a short while and thats about it.....
 
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