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    Default P, everetti

    Female just droped an egg sack hoping for the 3 rd sucessful breeding of this rare in the hobby species.

    well keep you all posted

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    Very nice! keep us updated...





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    Very nice indeed, some picture would be nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Richardson View Post
    Very nice indeed, some picture would be nice
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    Sorry no pictures yet she is basically being left well alone... hopefully when they emerge I'll be able to take a few images... fingers crossed

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    Good luck with this Mark,

    Is there much more info being found on this species, i seem to remember some talk of them being distributed further afield than the areas first apparent (Sarawak, Sabah, Brunei(?i think?)) etc, then the "talk" changed to Genus miss-ID for a while.

    Anything come to light on this??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin D Wilson View Post
    Good luck with this Mark,

    Is there much more info being found on this species, i seem to remember some talk of them being distributed further afield than the areas first apparent (Sarawak, Sabah, Brunei(?i think?)) etc, then the "talk" changed to Genus miss-ID for a while.

    Anything come to light on this??
    Colin
    There will always be debate about the genus of these stunning arboreals, and if fact that very debate becuase of the males tibial spurs etc. this has held up the paper on P, pennellhewletti but I am told this is now proceeding of course this may or will change in any susequent revision etc.
    For now its Phormingochilus and not cyriopagopus, or lampropelma etc...

    As far as I have seen this species is not that wide spread and all others I have seen in Sabah and on the indoneasean border central Borneo have been different...

    Lets hope those who can sort it soon, in the mean time lets enjoy them as they are..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Pennell View Post
    Daniel
    Sorry no pictures yet she is basically being left well alone... hopefully when they emerge I'll be able to take a few images... fingers crossed

    Mark
    Yeah sorry mate, i meant did u get any pic's of the pairing or any pic's would be good really, these are beautiful
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    Thanks for the info Mark, hope it gets sorted soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Pennell View Post
    in the mean time lets enjoy them as they are..
    Definitly, one hellish nice spider !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Richardson View Post
    Yeah sorry mate, i meant did u get any pic's of the pairing or any pic's would be good really, these are beautiful
    sorry missed it this time as male was with her for months

    here is an older image http://thebts.co.uk/forums/gallery/s...female&cat=769
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    oh dear got home tonight found her eating the sack to late to save the young -GUTTED!

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