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PanzoN88's eight legged pack

PanzoN88

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Decided to go ahead and make a thread, pictures coming in a few hours.
 

Nicolas C

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They are beautiful! I specially like your B albopilosum: stunning on this pic. And the Chromato is wonderful.


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I have pictures of more new additions that i aquired since the last time i was here. Question is do i post them or leave everybody in the dark?
 

Nicolas C

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We want pictures, we need pictures, we love pictures!!!

But only if you don't have to disturb your Ts too much!
 

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Ok, you all asked for it.
First is my G. Porteri sling
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Second is my G. Rosea sling
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P. Cancerides 2.5" female
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That is just a few for now, I will post more and give updates on my other tarantulas that I already had before I got these and a couple more.
 

Nicolas C

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As you maybe know, I love everything Phormictopus! Your cancerides is wonderful, in one or two molts she'll show her amazing purple colors on the prosoma.
 

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As you maybe know, I love everything Phormictopus! Your cancerides is wonderful, in one or two molts she'll show her amazing purple colors on the prosoma.
They are amazing. I'd love to get ahold of some full greens, and Platus at some point. Phormictopus genus is in my top two next to the Euathlus genus
 

Nicolas C

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They are amazing. I'd love to get ahold of some full greens, and Platus at some point. Phormictopus genus is in my top two next to the Euathlus genus
Yes they are! I'm still waiting on my P sp green to show me some green colors though. Platus/auratus are stunning (even the females!). I've never owned an Euathlus (well, I now have Bumba pulcherrimaklaasi which is an ex-Euathlus, and at some point in the past Brachypelma were Euathlus...), but I'm trying to find an Euathlus sp. red (she's on my wishlist!).
 

PanzoN88

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Yes they are! I'm still waiting on my P sp green to show me some green colors though. Platus/auratus are stunning (even the females!). I've never owned an Euathlus (well, I now have Bumba pulcherrimaklaasi which is an ex-Euathlus, and at some point in the past Brachypelma were Euathlus...), but I'm trying to find an Euathlus sp. red (she's on my wishlist!).
They are quite entertaining, here is my newish female (last one passed away)
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