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FryLock
Posted: September 28, 2008 12:38 pm
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I think we should go that extra mile and refer to everything as Theraphosid .sp "wherever it was found" wink.gif

BTW: Chris iirc CF is a taxa of uncertain ID in someway (a situation which could be due to many things that I can't be arsed to list here).


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Søren Rafn
Posted: September 28, 2008 03:27 pm
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Hi ;-)

The "G" stands for "Genus", but is only making sense when following a definition of subfamily and followed by the abbrevation "sp." (for "species") indicating that the specimen has been identified as a species belonging in a known subfamily, but which has not been possible to determine to genus nor species - like for instance the example of Ornithotoninae G. sp "something".

the use of "cf" is sometimes interpreted as meaning colorform, but is actually an abbrevation of the word "confer", which in taxonomic terminology has the meaning "to be compared with or comparable with" indicating that the assumption is that the species at hand confers to a known species - but also that the identification is only that - an assumption - or a tentative guess.

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Chris Allen
Posted: September 28, 2008 05:38 pm
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Thanks for clearing that up Søren.
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Posted: September 30, 2008 10:09 am
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I know its only humble, but here's a few pics of my Ornithoctonae collection (please don't comment on the camera work, I know its terrible)

First my H.lividium
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And a male
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An Ornithoctonus
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And a male H. schmidti
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Thats it I'm afraid, but I've got another Haplopelma arriving tomorrow (yes I've joined the minax collectors!) and my O. sp. Koh Samui surfaced for pics the other day, which are being developed (Viscious little thing it is!) All the best


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Chris Allen
Posted: October 01, 2008 12:28 am
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nice spiders Nicol,
best luck with breeding them over there :]
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andy hood
Posted: October 23, 2008 06:32 pm
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andy hood
Posted: October 23, 2008 06:36 pm
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Haplopelma lividum, mating female no1 user posted image
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andy hood
Posted: October 23, 2008 06:37 pm
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Chris Allen
Posted: November 02, 2008 02:31 am
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Ornithoctonus sp."Koh Samui"

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Chris Allen
Posted: November 03, 2008 04:28 am
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A young female "Koh Samui"

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Chris Allen
Posted: November 07, 2008 04:52 am
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Haplopelma sp."Bach Ma"
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Chris Allen
Posted: November 15, 2008 05:58 pm
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Haplopelma longipes

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Chris Allen
Posted: November 19, 2008 03:30 am
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just found this last night!

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Ornithoctonus aureotibialis eggsack biggrin.gif
Hopefully my other females will follow soon!
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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: November 19, 2008 12:08 pm
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hello Chris,

congrats for this success thum-up.gif

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Chris Allen
Posted: November 20, 2008 03:00 am
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Thanks Andrew!I really like this species alot :]
Hoping everything go's well!
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Chris Hamilton
Posted: November 22, 2008 11:19 am
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Nice Chris! Fingers are crossed...

call me when you get a moment...

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Posted: November 22, 2008 08:09 pm
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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: November 22, 2008 09:05 pm
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mature female Haplopelma minax

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Posted: November 22, 2008 09:20 pm
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Haplopelma lividum sling

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Posted: November 28, 2008 02:30 am
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Haplopelma sp."Bach ma" Female

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Haplopelma sp."Bach ma" Mature Male 02

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Posted: November 28, 2008 03:57 am
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And where are the breeding pictures chris? biggrin.gif
Really nice pictures and specimens as usual!

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Chris Allen
Posted: November 28, 2008 04:31 am
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Thanks Soad,
I've been letting them cohab together for a while now and just separated them tonight.Had to fish the male out of the females burrow.Maybe next pairing I will be able to get some photos!
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Posted: November 28, 2008 05:28 pm
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Got some pictures of a few of mine...
Haplopelma vonwirthi, she's currently got a sac!
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Haplopelma species
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Haplopelma schmidti
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Haplopelma lividum, sorry for the bad quality, taken on my phone!
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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: November 28, 2008 07:21 pm
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hello,

what is this for species to secondly Haplopelma? you know?

thanks for answer

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Posted: November 29, 2008 11:25 pm
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Was your post in reply to my post Andrew? I don't understand what your asking sorry.

Anyone want to guess what the second Haplopelma species I posted pictures of is? biggrin.gif
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