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B albopolisum (nicuraguan) AF
Phil

B albopolisum (nicuraguan) AF

freshly moulted
Awww a fuzzy sweetie! Is it me but do albos have a smaller than usual abdomen then most Brachypelmas? My wife has one and it is almost 4 inches with no tibial hooks in sight with small abdomen. Pet shop rescue and power feeding it. I'm unable to ventral yet waiting for a wall climb. :)
 
Awww a fuzzy sweetie! Is it me but do albos have a smaller than usual abdomen then most Brachypelmas? My wife has one and it is almost 4 inches with no tibial hooks in sight with small abdomen. Pet shop rescue and power feeding it. I'm unable to ventral yet waiting for a wall climb. :)
she had a mahoosive abdomen. Pic taken 2 days after emerging from moult. :)
 
No signs of tibial hooks and emboli yet but I believe it molted 2 weeks before I purchased it and was famished, time will tell. Hoping it's a a lassie! :cool:
 

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