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PanzoN88's eight legged pack

PanzoN88

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@Whitelightning777 only one was willing to show off for the camera, but here is a picture of one of the G. grossa.

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Got pictures of a few others as well. Starting with my P. scrofa. @sdsnybny this is the little sling you sent as a freebie with that male H. chilensis two years ago (That H. chilensis is still going strong by the way, still throwing down sperm webs and eating).

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Here is one I haven't posted a picture of yet: one of my B. albopilosum (Nicaraguan) juvies (molted out of the sling stage with last molt).

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Bad news: my MM H. chilensis passed away. This one is especially tough as he was the tarantula I used in presentations quite often.
 

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Now I need to figure out which one I will be featuring in presentations. It will likely be my B. schroederi or female H. chilensis.
 

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My Honduran B. albopilosum

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Nicaraguan B. albopilosum juvie 1

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One of my G. grossa, this one as it has grown is still quite skittish. The other one is calm. I'm going to try and snap a picture of the other one later.

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