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Pamphobeteus species

Discussion in 'Pamphobeteus' started by Casey K., May 2, 2017.

  1. Casey K.

    Casey K. Well-Known Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Pamphobeteus insignis sub adult female (recently molted)
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    Pamphobeteus platyomma adult female
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    Pamphobeteus mascara juvie pair
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    Lol, every time I get t's from Casey, they got huge booties. She likes big butts and she cannot lie, you other brothers can deny..:D Btw Casey those mascara have both molted, the orange color surprised me, stunning color changes on these blonde beauties. They may edge Pamphobeteus over Phormictopus in my favorite genus catagory..
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    Casey K. Well-Known Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    What can I say?? They get it from their owner. ;). Oh yeah, mascara are one of my favorite pampho's! Oh and the insignis pictured recently molted....now it's time to start working on her ghetto! Lol.
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    The Mascara's just get better and better as they grow. That insignis is nice..
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    Doc Miller Well-Known Member 3 Year Member

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    Whats a Zelda
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    Insignis or mascara? Either one will be gorgeous as a MM
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    023 (2).JPG Nice Vespertinus Shampain Here's Pamphobeteus sp. Platyomma
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    Pamphobeteus sp. “south Ecuador type II 10.JPG
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    009 (2).JPG Pamphobeteus petersi
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    Pamphobeteus antinous 014 (2).JPG
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    I'm a huge fan of the greens, but I love all of them. If I had to choose it would be the one I can't find, the golden platus. The males are stunning..the females are cool, but like all Pamphobeteus and Phormictopus, the males take the cake.
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    Well, it's called platus, but take a look at @Nicolas C 's pic thread..they're stunning. Fresh from a molt they shine like gold. Wait, maybe I was thinking of auratus..
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    According to some hungarian breeders, P platus are in fact P auratus. Don't know if it's true, but they really look the same. And they are stunning as you said, even the female.


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    Thanks, Doc. Those blondi's are very nice!
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    Yes Shampain I've bred several species of T's over the past few years. Some several times. M. balfouri, P cambridgei, L. difficilis, L. parahybana, Acanthoscuria geniculata, Acanthoscurria theraphosoides( brocklehursti), Plesiopelma sp Peruvian Bronze Valentine, N chromatus. P sp platyomma, P antinous, C ritae, T stirmi.
    I've been posting some of my vids on the Tarantula Forum Topics section in breeding post.
    So far this year Ive paired 2 big P muticus, & 2 H himalayana and 1 of my female T stirmi just molted a week ago. I'll pair her in a few weeks.
    No Doc's just a moniker.
    Where's everyone from?
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    Doc Miller Well-Known Member 3 Year Member

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    Well Casey K My females I'm pretty sure are adults. As soon as 1 of my males are ready. Maybe sometime this year
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    Well, I'm a Southern gal, from South Carolina.... my friend @Shampain is from Scotland. My buddy @MassExodus is from my home state of Texas.
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    Married ? children ?
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    Casey K. Well-Known Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    I have kids but I will NEVER get married EVER again. Just a BS piece of paper you sign agreeing to live a life of hell....and then when you try to get out of that legal and binding f*in contract, it's even MORE hell after the fact. Screw it. If you love someone you love them. You don't need a piece of paper to tell you that you do. (Sorry....had a bad day)....
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    That was very well said Casey, don't apologize;)
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