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Tiberiu Sahlean
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PostSubject: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Wed 29 Jun - 3:47

Hello everyone, I think I can post this here - in march I mated my adult female Avicularia sp. "amazonica" and on the 15th of May she made a sack. After 30 days of nail-biting I took the sack and found this:



Today I looked at the babies and they have started darkening so they should shart molting soon. This is what they look like now:



This is a close-up of the mother:


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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Wed 29 Jun - 3:53

congrats!
great picture!
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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Thu 30 Jun - 2:04

Outstanding, and the mother is very attractive:)
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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Thu 30 Jun - 4:55

Thank you, yes the mother is gorgeous, probably my favorite from this genus
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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Thu 30 Jun - 9:25

Hello Tiberius,

This is a Lasiodora sp.

Beautifull pics
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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Thu 30 Jun - 15:28

Hello Alex, I have to disagree with you, it is in the Avicularia genus. The name it currently has in the hobby is Avicularia sp. "amazonica" and comes from Brasil. There is a long discussion about this "species" and there have been alot of cases where people are selling Peruvian Avicularia as Avicularia sp. "amazonica". Anyway, below is a picture of the female when she was younger and you can see there is no doubt as to what genus it belongs to even if species are hard to tell apart.



And here is a link to the discussion on this species at the Tarantula Store: http://www.the-t-store.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=9870
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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Fri 1 Jul - 1:30

Ola Tiberius...

This animal is actually a Avicularia. The close up pic , I couldn't see well...

congratulates the spiderlings...

abšos Alex.
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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Fri 1 Jul - 1:33

Thank you Alex. It's no problem, the Avicularia genus can be confusing even for the professionals.

Best regards!
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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Mon 4 Jul - 3:16

The babies have been busy molting all day:





And the result up to now:


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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Mon 16 Jul - 5:40

lovely. i like amazonicas a lot but i had bad luck in the past by just getting males out of little ones -.- at the moment i do have four little ones and i hope finally there is a female among them....
enjoy your babys!

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PostSubject: Re: Avicularia sp. "amazonica" eggsack   Tue 17 Jul - 3:49

Hi ;

It's always very moving to see that I find all these little creatures teeming with life.

The avicularia is my favorite species, I hassle to find a female versicolor, the young people I have always maintained become male.

Regards..
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