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PostSubject: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/14/2009, 8:46 pm

here's some of my collection...Smile...hope you like it

thank you...

Cyriopagopus sp.


Brachypelma emilia


Heteroscodra maculata....thank you for the sexing..Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/14/2009, 8:51 pm

Psalmopoeus irminia


P. reagalis
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/14/2009, 9:00 pm

Beautiful color in your pictures . . . I especially love the hint of purple in your first. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/14/2009, 9:16 pm

G. aureostriata


Ephebopus murinus


Brachypelma smithi
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/14/2009, 9:27 pm

P. murinus


Lasiodora parahybana


Avicularia avicularia
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/14/2009, 9:32 pm

Selenobrachys philippinus


P. ornata


Orphnaecus sp. Negros...
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/15/2009, 5:15 am

fantastic pictures!!! all very healthy and beautiful spiders Smile
i especially like the Orphnaecus sp. Negros and Cyriopagopus sp. beautiful specimens!
is the Cyriopagopus sp "Singapore Blue?" with that vivid purple, i'd guess it's immature? am i close?
gotta love the African specimens in there as well, and that is a lovely pic of a G pulchripes (ex aureostriata), showing even the colouration of the femurs, which is hard to see in inadequate light.
you've captured the colours amazingly.
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/15/2009, 8:14 am

Hi.....

Beautiful Cyriopagopus sp.(sure it's not Lampropelma violaceopes) ? And a very beautiful Orphnaecus sp. Negros. I also like your Pterinochilus murinus(OBT).I have two unsexed of P. murinus! They are very cool.......Also your Ephebopus murinus is a beautiful girl Very Happy
All in all...beautiful tarantulas, all in good shape!
G.aureostriata is actually a nice t.....
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/15/2009, 10:14 am

corpselight wrote:
fantastic pictures!!! all very healthy and beautiful spiders Smile
i especially like the Orphnaecus sp. Negros and Cyriopagopus sp. beautiful specimens!
is the Cyriopagopus sp "Singapore Blue?" with that vivid purple, i'd guess it's immature? am i close?
gotta love the African specimens in there as well, and that is a lovely pic of a G pulchripes (ex aureostriata), showing even the colouration of the femurs, which is hard to see in inadequate light.
you've captured the colours amazingly.


yes sir....it is a singapore blue....and still a juvie...hehehe...and its a female...im not that expert when it comes in taking pitures...maybe its just..im lucky..hehehe...i used a sony digicam...10 mega pixel...


thank you so much...
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/15/2009, 10:19 am

Michael Andersen wrote:
Hi.....

Beautiful Cyriopagopus sp.(sure it's not Lampropelma violaceopes) ? And a very beautiful Orphnaecus sp. Negros. I also like your Pterinochilus murinus(OBT).I have two unsexed of P. murinus! They are very cool.......Also your Ephebopus murinus is a beautiful girl Very Happy
All in all...beautiful tarantulas, all in good shape!
G.aureostriata is actually a nice t.....


hehehe...it was sold to me as singapore blue....hehehe....the other one is singapore violet(Lampropelma violaceopes)?.......let just see when it reaches adulthood..heheheh


thank you so much sir...
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/15/2009, 10:41 am

dalitan wrote:
Michael Andersen wrote:
Hi.....

Beautiful Cyriopagopus sp.(sure it's not Lampropelma violaceopes) ? And a very beautiful Orphnaecus sp. Negros. I also like your Pterinochilus murinus(OBT).I have two unsexed of P. murinus! They are very cool.......Also your Ephebopus murinus is a beautiful girl Very Happy
All in all...beautiful tarantulas, all in good shape!
G.aureostriata is actually a nice t.....


hehehe...it was sold to me as singapore blue....hehehe....the other one is singapore violet(Lampropelma violaceopes)?.......let just see when it reaches adulthood..heheheh


thank you so much sir...

Hi...My pleasure! I'm not sure about the Cyriopagopus sp., would be easier for me to see after a few molts. I know the ventral latero hairs on Lampropelma are different from other Cyriopagopus sp. They are much longer on Lampropelma v. Also, they have short n solid legs! Cyriopagopus have long n slim legs with relative short ventral latero hairs.
Maybe you have a Cyriopagopus sp. "Sumatran Tiger" It looks much alike from my point of wiev! but again i'm not sure.....

Have A Nice Day Smile


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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/15/2009, 11:32 am

i guess that's the thing, to my (admittedly uneducated) eye...Cyrio sp "Singapore blue" / Lampropelma violaceopes (you see them sold as both over here in the UK...one seller actually uses both names as there is doubt) looks alot more like Cyriopagopus schioedtei, with exceptionally long legs (longer than schioedtei admittedly), and general build that is very similar to C. schioedtei...not to mention how similar they look before maturation, with the exception of the violet/blue legs (both colours are present usually, just have to tilt in the light to see both, from what i am told)...Lampropelma are often very stocky spiders, and personally i think they look completely different.
still though, there are perhaps other traits i am not aware of, but the general build to me suggests this species isn't Lampropelma...but i guess we shall see once the doubt is cleared up...
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/15/2009, 1:41 pm

corpselight wrote:
i guess that's the thing, to my (admittedly uneducated) eye...Cyrio sp "Singapore blue" / Lampropelma violaceopes (you see them sold as both over here in the UK...one seller actually uses both names as there is doubt) looks alot more like Cyriopagopus schioedtei, with exceptionally long legs (longer than schioedtei admittedly), and general build that is very similar to C. schioedtei...not to mention how similar they look before maturation, with the exception of the violet/blue legs (both colours are present usually, just have to tilt in the light to see both, from what i am told)...Lampropelma are often very stocky spiders, and personally i think they look completely different.
still though, there are perhaps other traits i am not aware of, but the general build to me suggests this species isn't Lampropelma...but i guess we shall see once the doubt is cleared up...

Well, I am not so sure, I am guessing out from the ventral latero hairs, they make all the differences to me in this case! And this is only based on 1year with tarantulas;) I bought my L. violaceopes just as it was officially described again, this time by Søren Rafn and classified as L.violaceopes. in 2008.
There are several Cyriopagopus ssp. sold as "blue tiger whatever" ...Even Haplopelma lividum has been sold around as Cyriopagopus sp. blue "?"

But there are some differences in the arboreals from Borneo and their Malaysian relatives.
It seems like the Borneo arboreals have more incrassated n anteriored legs as juveniles than their Malaysian relatives.
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/16/2009, 7:04 pm

from what i was told, "Singapore" blues are actually Malaysian...so it doesn't seem a stretch.
you're probably right about those hairs, i am just going by another fairly knowledgeable chap, Mark Pennell, one of the BTS guys, who says there is still a bit of doubt and some more debate is needed...
apparently it isn't all that clearcut (as usual) Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/17/2009, 10:00 am



a more closer look...



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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/17/2009, 10:04 am

beautiful spider! i think mine is a male, so am not rushing its maturation...but they look great as adults!
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/18/2009, 6:10 pm

some great spids there and interesting debate about the Cyriopagopus & Lampropelma violaceopes

We have a L. violacepoes (Pictures confirmed by Soren) which was sold as C. schioedtei So that turned out to be a Major bargain! they are a stunning tarantula. Our girly is 1 moult off being an adult and she is HUGE now Smile

Several tarantula's there I would lurve to have in our collection
fantastic pics hun Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/22/2009, 3:04 pm

LadyRiotControl wrote:
some great spids there and interesting debate about the Cyriopagopus & Lampropelma violaceopes

We have a L. violacepoes (Pictures confirmed by Soren) which was sold as C. schioedtei So that turned out to be a Major bargain! they are a stunning tarantula. Our girly is 1 moult off being an adult and she is HUGE now Smile

Several tarantula's there I would lurve to have in our collection
fantastic pics hun Smile

Lampropelma violaceopes is a nice tarantula...looking forward to recieve some C. schoedteis 0.0.4 soon;) And some other nice species!
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/24/2009, 12:31 am

ahahaha!! sir dalitan.. nice t's..
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/24/2009, 4:23 am

rock n roll sir azland...Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   9/24/2009, 4:59 am

tought so, it is you. familiar T's that i saw. hehehe! specially the sariling atin Orange T. hehehehe!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   10/18/2009, 9:48 am

a cyriopagopus sp?...or lampropelma?


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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   10/18/2009, 9:55 am

H. maculata..


P. ornata
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   10/18/2009, 11:03 am

Very Happy Some more great pixs

....here's a great site concerning Cyriopagopus species, and other Ornithoctoninaes sp.

http://asianarboreals.googlepages.com/home
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PostSubject: Re: Stress Relievers....my ts...   10/18/2009, 1:30 pm

The P. ornata looks excellant and great pictures as well.
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