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Austin S. Breeding Thread

Discussion in 'Tarantula Breeding' started by Austin S., Mar 22, 2016.

  1. Redacted

    Redacted Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately, I can't see the photos.
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    Austin S. Well-Known Member

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    Really??
    That's a shame, they are really awesome photos. lol

    Try exiting out of the site and checking back.
    Anyone else having problems viewing photos on this thread?
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    I sees 'em. B-e-a-utiful and congratulations!
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    I did. I can't. D**n it!
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    Now go back and look. I re did the post..
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    No go. Shows an X in a box with [​IMG]
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    Well damn, I'll just message you it lol.
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    Worked on the message like scales dropping from my eyes. Beautiful.
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    Gorgeous! I lost one X sp. blue sling, the other is going strong though. I'll be happy if it's half as pretty as those intermedia.
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    What a stunning species - love the colors! What is their temperament like?
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    Skittish. Hair kickers and biters :p. I love them.
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    LOL - Its been my experience most of the stunningly beautiful woman I've met in my life have similar personalities:p!!!
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    Newly acquired females for breeding:
    Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
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    Poecilotheria metallica (color not altered)
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    Lasidora parahybana
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    Freshly molted 6.75" F Brachypelma boehmei
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    Mated Brachypelma klaasi
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    Mated Brachypelma smithi
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    2i Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
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    Great photos - the intensity of color of the Brachypelma boehmei is incredible!
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    Dats a big honkin' LP and boehmei!
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    They're all beautiful. Both mated brachys look knocked up. Ever the intimidating-looking LP is stately.
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    Beautys...that P metallica tho..holy moly shes stunning!
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    Possibly an older female turning black? I hope my girl does that..yeesh shes gorgeous.
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    These are the three adult females I have.
    [​IMG]
    The one in the middle, is the oldest of the group at 7 or 7 and a half years old.
    The first, really dark dark female, is close to only 5 years.
    This first female was purchased from a breeder in Germany at 1". It was said that the MM used was a dark phase.
    At the time, I believed there to be a black phase metallica, however throughout the years I came to the conclusion that they darken with age... at least that's what I thought until this middle one started molting through the past few years, and just getting lighter.
    Last female is around the same age as the first female pictured.
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    Been a while since this has been updated!

    Brachypelma emilia
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    Harpactira pulchripes
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    Xenesthis intermedia
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    Very mated Poecilotheria metallica
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    Ephebopus murinus
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    Mated Brachypelma klaasi - 4 weeks post cool down
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