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thorelli
Posted: October 05, 2007 03:43 pm
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Well this isnt your normal tarantula habitat but nevertheless we collected T´s on this very wall.... Anybody who wants to guess the species? Its in Asia and the wall is situated in a major city with absolutely no nature in sight only bricks, concrete and garbage

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Ray Gabriel
Posted: October 05, 2007 04:40 pm
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Posted: October 05, 2007 04:45 pm
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Excuse me , but do you mean the species of the wall ? As long as I look at the picture , I don't see any spider .

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Posted: October 05, 2007 05:02 pm
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If Mohamed can't go to the mountains, then the mountains must come to Mohamed wink.gif
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thorelli
Posted: October 05, 2007 05:53 pm
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Well heres one of the spider from the wall rolleyes.gif


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Posted: October 05, 2007 08:39 pm
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Interesting !
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Posted: October 05, 2007 10:47 pm
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Is it one of those Coremiocnemis spiders? hum.gif


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Chris Allen
Posted: October 06, 2007 05:37 am
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Photos are what its about.
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chilobrachys?
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Søren Rafn
Posted: October 06, 2007 01:42 pm
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The sister species is a bit more colourful ;-) (hint hint ...)

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Trevor Parsons
Posted: October 06, 2007 02:09 pm
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Cyriopagopus aka the sister being sp. blue???


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Posted: October 06, 2007 03:26 pm
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Next hint... The picture is taken in Nepal rolleyes.gif


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Posted: October 06, 2007 03:44 pm
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My 'mountain' clue might help wink.gif
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Posted: October 06, 2007 03:59 pm
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Can't see the pic for some reason, but with the area and clues I'll guess Poecilotheria subfusca


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Posted: October 06, 2007 04:10 pm
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QUOTE (HIGHLANDER @ October 06, 2007 03:59 pm)
Can't see the pic for some reason, but with the area and clues I'll guess Poecilotheria subfusca

subfusca lives in sri-lanka wink.gif


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Posted: October 06, 2007 04:16 pm
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Poecilotheria miranda, though I can't see any black bands on the legs?! smile.gif failing that if its a burrower Lyrognathus crotalus smile.gif


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Posted: October 06, 2007 04:19 pm
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Haplocosmia nepalensis biggrin.gif
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Posted: October 06, 2007 04:22 pm
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QUOTE (Sklipkan @ October 06, 2007 04:19 pm)
Haplocosmia nepalensis biggrin.gif

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Posted: October 06, 2007 09:40 pm
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QUOTE (Søren Rafn @ October 06, 2007 01:42 pm)
The sister species is a bit more colourful ;-) (hint hint ...)

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Hi Søren,

You are right, as we can see on this picture :

Haplocosmia himalayana (dead specimen)
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Posted: September 20, 2011 07:19 pm
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Fresh molted male in the middle, female at the right:


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Posted: October 05, 2011 07:04 am
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That's a very nice looking male you have there Martin.

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