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  1. P "phat booty" gigas sling

    P "phat booty" gigas sling

    This is our first P gigas sling that has been holed up for weeks, but is still eating. Looks like someone put on a few....
  2. P burgessi portrait pic

    P burgessi portrait pic

    Usually reclusive, P. burgessi has been out more and more as of late
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    Caribena versicolor
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    P. pulcher
  5. Tapi just chillin

    Tapi just chillin

    I'm seeing this guy/gal out more and more, which is nice. Got a decent glimpse of its abdomen, and coloring
  6. P. gigas chelicerae and fangs, close up

    P. gigas chelicerae and fangs, close up

    First molt in our care, was 3/4" sling
  7. P. gigas exo

    P. gigas exo

    For size, next to a US dime
  8. Threat post fang spread

    Threat post fang spread

    I was watering with a pipette and dragged it across her lid which drew her out of her hide, I squeezed a few more drops and she attached the lid real quick, then backed down and threw this threat post. She's otherwise a sweetheart lol I rehoused her the next day
  9. Tapi throwing a TP

    Tapi throwing a TP

    I was watering with a pipette and dragged it across her lid which drew her out of her hide, I squeezed a few more drops and she attached the lid real quick, then backed down and threw this threat post. She's otherwise a sweetheart lol I rehoused her the next day
  10. Tapi double clutching, aka holding a pair

    Tapi double clutching, aka holding a pair

  11. Tapi on glass

    Tapi on glass

  12. C. versi on the edge

    C. versi on the edge

  13. C. versi sling "doing laps"

    C. versi sling "doing laps"

  14. octanejunkie

    P. irminia sling/juvie

    Went by my LPS yesterday and picked up a 1.5" sling, probably closer to a juvenile. The spider guy there said they have had these for a few months, no one buying them - too fast and they hide too much They have them in 32 oz deli cups with vented lids and sure enough all the slings had made...
  15. Tootsie Is Out!

    Tootsie Is Out!

    Right after rehousing, they went into a molt. Now they're out and about. My sweet little p. irminia.
  16. Telle Saying Hi!

    Telle Saying Hi!

    Telle is a stromatopelma calceatum and dubbed my forever sling. She's growing so much slower, it's painful. Other than that, a giant treat to see her out. Must have missed her border patrol.
  17. The Spider Collector

    Poecilotheria smithi

    Hi guys I have a mature female Poecilotheria smithi but can't seem to find a mature male?
  18. Lady J

    DIY - Enclosures of your own design

    Hi everyone. I am new to the forum but I wanted to talk about T enclosures. Frankly I hate all of them for one reason or another they're not practical. I decided to design my own. Right now I have one kritter keeper and two hobby lobby enclosures. The Kritter keeper lid is hard to remove and the...
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