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Pics of my tarantulas

Discussion in 'Spiders and Inverts' started by pumpkinette, Feb 5, 2008.


  1. pumpkinette

    pumpkinette PetForums Junior

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    Here are my T's

    This is Aragog, my Chilean Rose.
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    This is Lily, my Salmon Pink Goliath Birdeater.
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    This is Stella, my Green Bottle Blue.
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    This is El Guapo, my tiny Mexican Red Knee.
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  2. Fade to Grey

    Fade to Grey PetForums VIP

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    nice.. they can shock a few people if they was in the bathtub :D
     
  3. pumpkinette

    pumpkinette PetForums Junior

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    Thanks, yeah lol.
     
  4. Tweedle Dee

    Tweedle Dee PetForums Member

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    Ohhh ive got the serious heebie jeebies now!! :eek:

    Must say Aragog is very impressive, i prefer pics of spiders to real life ones though LOL!!

    We have just moved and we now have some MASSIVE resident house spiders,which has helped cure my fear of the tiny ones if nothing else :D

    Ang
     
  5. patsyking

    patsyking PetForums Junior

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    Nice pics and lovely spids!:)
     
  6. jen1302

    jen1302 PetForums Junior

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    Geat pics epecially the Chilean rose hair love them as a owner myself of a 8month female.

    And 7th March 6mm Curly Hair sling.

    And newest edition on 15th March a Chili Flame and hoping to have next Chile Pink Burst & Chile Gold Burst
     
  7. minnie

    minnie PetForums VIP

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    :eek: but they realy are beautiful ive always wanted a spider but the rest af the family would kill me lol :rolleyes:
     
  8. Barney

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    lovely looking spider but they scare the hell out of me this is as close as i like to get lol:eek:
     
  9. claire

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    yeah remember when ya screamed when there was that one under the fridge.....oh , and when that one crawled out a crimbo prezzie lol
     
  10. clare7577

    clare7577 Guest

    OMG:eek: i once ate a huge spider in my sleep,dreamt i was eating something good and i saved some for later!!! later woke to find bits of legs inbetween my teeth and half a massive spider under my pillow!! screamed for england and wouldnt get back in my bed for ages,creepy beasties!!:eek:
     
  11. Barney

    Barney PetForums VIP

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    the christmas prezzie was from brazil and it was 1 of them big buggers that came out you got selective memory claire ya hussy
     
  12. Aeron

    Aeron PetForums Newbie

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    Wow... awesome!!

    They're really creepy cool! This is new for me, I don't expect anyone would keep a tarantula as a pet :confused:

    Still it's cool bro :D
     
  13. jen1302

    jen1302 PetForums Junior

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    Tarantula's are good pets.

    I have

    1 Grammostola rosea (Chilean Rose Hair) female who is my first who helped me with my fear of spiders by holding her at a shop.

    Once you get one Tarantula you get more now i have.

    1 Euathus sp "red" (Chili Flame Red)
    1 B.Albopilosam (Curly Hair)
    1 B.Vagans (Red Rump)
    1 A.Avic (Pink Toe
    1 H.Gigas (Red Baboon):cool:
     
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