Sunday, May 17, 2015

Euathlus truculentus "black"






Euathlus truculentus "black"; female.

Monday, May 4, 2015

Brachypelma klaasi

I was supposed to be on a break from buying spiders. But when I saw this orange-pink fuzzball, my self-control broke down. Brachypelma klaasi, purchased 2.5.2015; ls c.4cm


Sunday, April 19, 2015

Brachypelma smithi moult 18.4.2015



Funny smithi since it decided to moult out in the open. It has a nice hide right next to this open corner. But nope. Out in the open it was. But all went well with the moult and the colours of its new coat are amazing.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Euathlus sp. "fire"

Euathlus sp. "fire"; LS c.3,5cm

Heterometrus spinifer

Heterometrus spinifer; captive bred, Finland; date of birth: 1.9.2013.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

X blue


Xenesthis sp. blue is looking slightly more grown-up since its last moult. There are now some red hairs on its abdomen and the blue colours on the legs and carapace are deeper so it doesn't look simply like a pale, fluffy, bristly spider. I've tried crickets and waxworms but it's still been fasting after the moult. For almost a month. Some tarantula species and eating are just far too often a problem. I'll just trust that even a tiny baby like this will eventually eat once it feels like it.