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Old 15-02-2012, 09:00 AM
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Hey cbrf. I'm going to use this thread as a photo thread. You'll see all sorts from tiny Brachypelma, to huge Heterometrus. Absolutely anything and everything I keep will be o.here.

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Old 15-02-2012, 11:47 PM
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Heterometrus of some sort. Any guesses on which species this guy is would be nice.

A large Pnigomantis medioconstricta nymph, who likes to jump.

Small Sphodromantis sp. "Chameleon Village" .

Euathlus sp. "Red". These are easily the nicest spiders, ever. They're a dwarf species which is a bonus.

Brachypelma albopilosum, a must in any collection in my opinion.

A little Platymeris biguttata . I'm not sure if i like these lol.

Brachypelma vagans, which cost 1 in a raffle :P .

The famous Brachypelma smithi.

Ephebopus uatuman, the most evil thing. EVER.

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Cheers for sharing. Assassin's are great little pets. I've got 8 adults. Started off with 11 nymphs but sadly lost 3.
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Cheers for sharing. Assassin's are great little pets. I've got 8 adults. Started off with 11 nymphs but sadly lost 3.
that's a shame. Did the 3 get killed by the others or did they just die ?

and no problem at all, i like showing off my inverts
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They all look great, the Ephebopus uatuman is my favourite!
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They all look great, the Ephebopus uatuman is my favourite!
they are really nice.. but every time i walk near it, it's up on his back. I'm letting a friend have him for an OBT
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Old 16-02-2012, 12:20 PM
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that's a shame. Did the 3 get killed by the others or did they just die ?

and no problem at all, i like showing off my inverts
They just died. They hadn't be eaten. I've never had any assassins cannibalise another. They have the odd tug-o-war over a cricket but that's about it.
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They just died. They hadn't be eaten. I've never had any assassins cannibalise another. They have the odd tug-o-war over a cricket but that's about it.
That's a shame.

Here's some more invert pictures.


Heterometrus mysorensis


Theraphosa strimi


Nhandu chromatus


Brachypelma albopilosum trying to hide


unknown species of Lasiodora


Grammostola porteri


Take my word for it. There's a Chilobrachys "Burma" here (bottom left)


fat bum Euathlus sp. "Red"


Same Euathlus, front on


Some sort of vinegaroon (any clues on the species ?)


Avicularia metallica (i think) she didn't want to come out to play :(


there's one for the lovers of the natives. Female mouse spider who i've looked after for a while


Finally, somethings in my care do not get held.. this is one of them. I know it's only small, but adult venom is very painful. It's also very fast, imagine Poecilotheria at full speed, then triple it
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Cool, nice pics :)
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Tom, what is the spider in the last pic??
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