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Recent content by KezyGLA

  1. 1.1 Avicularia rufa (Brasil)

    1.1 Avicularia rufa (Brasil)

    Pairing attempt
  2. Avicularia sp. ‘kwitara’

    Avicularia sp. ‘kwitara’

    Adult female with egg sac
  3. 0.1 B. auratum

    0.1 B. auratum

    Need a male if anyone has available. (UK)
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    Comment by 'KezyGLA' in media 'Phormictopus sp full green MM'

    This appears to be P. sp. ‘green (gold carapax)’
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    C. olivaceum

    European Tarantula by KezyGLA posted Nov 2, 2017 at 11:52 PM Super fast and pretty feisty. Found in regions of south eastern Europe and northern Africa. These are super hardy and adaptable. Pretty much bombproof.
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    My p cancerides

    Would need closer, clearer shot of the furrow
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    B Vagans

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    Aphonopelma moorei

    It seems like there was some CB slings from Mexico that were exported.
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    Which one is more interesting?

    Yeah P. murinus has semi-arboreal tendencies and are highly adaptable to pretty much any environment. But Encyocratella can often be found living many metres high in trees.
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    Which one is more interesting?

    Both are basically the same. They are even found in the same regions. Both web like crazy. But olivacea maybe a little more. They also have the same attitude ;) The only difference is that olivacea is an arboreal.
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    Comment by 'KezyGLA' in media 'Let's hear it, what is this?'

    Nhandu coloratovillosus
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    Comment by 'KezyGLA' in media 'Male or female?'

    Its female. C. marshalli males don’t grow horns... just little crests. You most likely saw male C. darlingi
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    Vietnamese Black Birdeater?

    It’s Haplopelma for sure.. but could be one of many from that genus. Most likely vonwirthi, Which are the most commonly imported WC. If had locality info it would help. But if not, will just need to be labelled Haplopelma sp.
  14. LSD


    Haploclastus devamatha
  15. Bruiser


    Haplopelma hainanum