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'iodius' from this specimen's locality tend to have this black mask. i formerly assumed these were iodius but now i'm unsure.. i'll have to look at some microscopic details to know for certain..
regardless, looks awesome lol
Tarantulas, Scorpions, Jumping spiders, trapdoor spiders, true spiders -LOCATED IN ANAHEIM, CA!
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easy to make with a 24/hour light timer, two 5-oz delicups, soldering iron, nylon knee-high and some moistened coco fiber.
note the beads of gluestick meant to 'grip' the eggsac which will let it flip over as it rotates slowly. if you dont do this it wont rotate properly and will merely slide.
The southern population will likely be renamed following the upcoming revision to aphonopelma, which will also name a new steindachneri group member from orange county, CA. (Note: that is not pure sand, but a mixture of sand silt and clay)
This population also grows larger- reaching 6"!
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Aphonopelma johnnycashi Mature female- $200
Aphonopelma chalcodes mature female/penultimate male pair-...
Hello all! I’m new to this site, I’ve been on Arachnoboards for a while but wanted to try this out.
This is not my own T but someone I know owns it but has no idea what it is.
(Being new to the tarantula hobby I also have no idea lol)
My immediate reaction would be G. pulchra but that seems to...