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Chris Allen
Posted: November 30, 2008 12:31 am
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Haplopelma hainanum (Sub-adult Male)

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Lampropelma sp."borneo Black (1st instar)

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Chris Allen
Posted: December 03, 2008 01:43 am
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Haplopelma sp."Vietnam/Vonwirthi"
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Chris Allen
Posted: December 04, 2008 03:55 am
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One more shot of this girl :]

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Chris Allen
Posted: December 06, 2008 11:08 pm
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Ornithoctonus sp."Koh samui"
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Posted: December 06, 2008 11:22 pm
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Your sub-adult male Haplopelma hainanum is stunning Chris!
How many Ornithoctoninae do you have?

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Chris Allen
Posted: December 06, 2008 11:25 pm
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Thanks alot Samantha!
Not sure how many I have..only a few hehe wink.gif
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Robert S.
Posted: December 07, 2008 10:29 am
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Hi there.

Nice surprise from one of my "Ornithoctoninae sp. Malaysia / Haplopelma robustum" females.

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Bad quality, had to take the photo´s through glass.
Hoping that everything will work out fine, also that my other females will build eggsac´s.

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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: December 07, 2008 12:23 pm
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Nice Ornithoctoninae Chris wink.gif

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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: December 07, 2008 12:26 pm
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hello Robert,

nice species and congrats for egg sac.

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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: December 07, 2008 01:03 pm
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QUOTE (SpiderGirl33 @ November 29, 2008 11:25 pm)
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

hello SpiderGirl33,

yes has been, You said as though this is "Haplopelma species" near a second pic so I ask you: what is that for kind or sp. with location? smilie_think.gif

ofcourse if you have not some materials it is damage but surely is anybody who would could this species establish.

Thanks for answer.

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SpiderGirl33
Posted: December 12, 2008 07:44 pm
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Hi Andrew,

I don't know what Haplopelma species it is, or where it comes from.
It was labelled as a minax, but due to the blue colouration and green carapace I don't think it is a minax.
It died, and I don't know why, but I would still love to know what it is.

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Posted: December 13, 2008 05:59 pm
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QUOTE (SpiderGirl33 @ December 12, 2008 07:44 pm)
Hi Andrew,

I don't know what Haplopelma species it is, or where it comes from.
It was labelled as a minax, but due to the blue colouration and green carapace I don't think it is a minax.
It died, and I don't know why, but I would still love to know what it is.

Samantha

hello Samantha,

yes, this is not H. minax. She is a little similar H.longipes but I don ´t know surely if she can be H. longipes after this pic. maybe would it ask to someone who interested more for the subfamily Ornithoctoninae. try to Søren Rafn.

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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: December 13, 2008 06:12 pm
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but looks like H.longipes after colouring on the carapax, abdomen and patella on the first and fourth leg.

earlier she was featured like H. sp. Sai Yok Yai from the Thailand and after it she was intended H. longipes Wirth and Striffler 2005.

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Posted: December 14, 2008 01:05 am
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Hi Andrew,
I thought she looked like H.longipes too.
But I read that if you multiply the length of Leg I by 100, and divide it by the length of Leg IV and it = 90 or less then it is likely H.longipes.
But when I measured mine, it came to 100.
I'm not sure whether this method is very accurate if the spider is not mature though.

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Posted: December 14, 2008 09:38 am
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QUOTE (SpiderGirl33 @ December 14, 2008 01:05 am)
Hi Andrew,
I thought she looked like H.longipes too.
But I read that if you multiply the length of Leg I by 100, and divide it by the length of Leg IV and it = 90 or less then it is likely H.longipes.
But when I measured mine, it came to 100.
I'm not sure whether this method is very accurate if the spider is not mature though.

Samantha

Hello Samantha,

this is suppose but this method is too little, them is much more, I am not determinist, only I would said as though she is similiar to H. longipes.

maybe would it ask to someone who interested more for the subfamily Ornithoctoninae. try to Søren Rafn.

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Posted: December 14, 2008 03:59 pm
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Posted: December 14, 2008 07:27 pm
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Posted: December 14, 2008 08:42 pm
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Posted: December 15, 2008 03:55 am
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newly molted female sp."Malaysia"

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Posted: December 20, 2008 10:32 pm
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Lampropelma sp."Borneo Black"
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Posted: December 21, 2008 04:17 pm
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Posted: December 22, 2008 01:37 am
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