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    Default Pamphobeteus sp. Tambopata, Peru

    A few shots from the trip to Tambopata, Peru a few years ago








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    It's always good to see habitat pictures. Thanks for sharing those Lennart

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    Very Very good, i'm sure i'm not the only one who would like to see more !!!
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    Im glad you liked them

    Avicularia sp., Tambopata, Peru


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    Very nice Lelle! Those Pamphobeteus are really cool. I'm very tempted to make a trip there this next summer (south summer)

    Pato.

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    Always great to see these pix for the beauty of the spiders and the insight into their habitats.
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    fantastic shots! id say you wont forget that holiday in a hurry...

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    Hi,

    Did u found 2 adult pamphos in 1 borrow?

    This avi looks also rly nice

    Cheers,

    Sven

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    Quote Originally Posted by SvenMuckli View Post
    Hi,

    Did u found 2 adult pamphos in 1 borrow?

    This avi looks also rly nice

    Cheers,

    Sven
    Thanks all

    Sven , its the famous "chicken spider" (Im guessing you read about them) which seems to live communally
    In one burrow there was several subadults and atleast one adult

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    Hi Lennart,

    Yep ofc i know them, but i didnt kno that anyone else found them again right now. And i also didnīt kno that there locality was known

    Thx anyway for sharing those pix

    Cheers!

    Sven

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