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PostSubject: Spiders & snakes   Tue 22 Feb - 5:47

This is not all, just best pics.






Yes, I know that handling is a bad idea.








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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Wed 23 Feb - 8:09

Very beautiful animals, Ive been wanting to get a spider collection going for some time now. what is the spider in the first pic that looks agitated?
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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Wed 23 Feb - 16:47

Nice carpets, have a collection of cheynei's myself, great animals and the spiders look awesome!
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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Wed 23 Feb - 16:54

What species of spider is the blue one? Its very nice. I have some spiders myself, p.murinus, h.maculata, p.irminia, p.regalis and some p.cambridgie slings. Love them all Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Wed 23 Feb - 22:50

Maby the spider is a Haplopelma violaceus??? Only a sugestion....
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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Wed 23 Feb - 23:37

Peter, yeah i thought about that to but isnt sure Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Wed 23 Feb - 23:44

I would say the first blue spider is a Haplopelma lividum and the second (with the purple/blue legs) is a Lampropelma voilaceopes or Cyriopagopus spec. blue?

Spiders rule Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Thu 24 Feb - 0:46

Thanks all:) I'll post some more pics later, glad you liked it.

Trevor McGill wrote:
what is the spider in the first pic that looks agitated?

Cyriopagopus schioedtei.

Both blueish/purple spiders are Lampropelma violaceopes(C.sp. blue), first one is smaller, the second one was bred two days ago.
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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Thu 24 Feb - 2:03

Ok, nice spiders! I´m not so familar within them, so I was wrong with the Genus. But I like them very much!
I´like asian Tarantulas, I keep pers. only some Poecilotheria rufilata.
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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Thu 24 Feb - 8:10

Trevor McGill wrote:
what is the spider in the first pic that looks agitated?

Cyriopagopus schioedtei.


Thank you Robert, for some reason the toe color caught my eye and I ordered one today for my first tarantula. I love angry critters cheers



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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Thu 24 Feb - 21:00

I keep only Asian T's, especially arboreal(Poecilotheria, Cyriopagopus, Lampropelma)
More schioedtei



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P.metallica

Carpet;)

P.rufilata

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PostSubject: Re: Spiders & snakes   Wed 27 Jul - 2:17

Cool collection!
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