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    L. parahbyana - two different spiders





    H. lividum - i was feeling brave tonight, her out on top and the lid open




    Quick question for you Mark, how do we submit pics for the Gallery please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Gunter View Post
    Quick question for you Mark, how do we submit pics for the Gallery please?
    Dave
    During the next few weeks the gallery will be removed in favour of a new fresher gallery. Where BTS Members and forum member will be able to submit there own images.

    It will also be intergrated with the "Theraphosidae gallery" which plans are a foot to increase the information and quantity of correctly ID's species.

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    Cheers Mark
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    Nice pics and T's there Dave, L.parahybana are pretty impressive when full grown.

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    very nice Ts there dave... great pics too

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    Very nice T Dave, will you be breeding her im after a couple of spiderlings of that species
    http://www.spidersfromtheweb.co.uk

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    A.Geniculata
    B.Boehmi
    B.Smithi
    C.Crawshayi
    H.Lividum
    H.Minax
    H.Schmidti
    L.Parahybana
    O.Aureotibialis
    P.Canceridies
    P.Chordatus
    P.Frasciata
    P.Murinus
    P.Regalis
    T.Blondi

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ_GRISDALE View Post
    Very nice T Dave, will you be breeding her im after a couple of spiderlings of that species
    I'd like to, but i feel that i'd rather get some experience of breeding Ts' with slightly less aggressive species first, mine certainly lives up to the species reputation for agression.
    Dave

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    you will be supprised Dave despite their aggressive reputation breeding them is a very stress free affair, at least in my experience so far, ive aquired 3 females 1 male and 1 ive yet to identify. I have tried the male with all 3 females now who have all been supprisingly receptive and mating has been like clockwork. 1 word of caution though the males are rapid and can be of running around your room before you know it so iff you ever attempt it make sure theres nowhere for them to run and hide.
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    A.Geniculata
    B.Boehmi
    B.Smithi
    C.Crawshayi
    H.Lividum
    H.Minax
    H.Schmidti
    L.Parahybana
    O.Aureotibialis
    P.Canceridies
    P.Chordatus
    P.Frasciata
    P.Murinus
    P.Regalis
    T.Blondi

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