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ezekeil
06-28-2005, 12:52 PM
Havnt posted anything for a while, so here are a few pics of my t's, they have been getting fat and growing quite a bit :D

B. Vagans. Was 4in, now 5in span.

http://img139.echo.cx/img139/6057/dsc013779rz.th.jpg (http://img139.echo.cx/my.php?image=dsc013779rz.jpg)
http://img139.echo.cx/img139/3151/dsc013836uy.th.jpg (http://img139.echo.cx/my.php?image=dsc013836uy.jpg)
http://img258.echo.cx/img258/7591/dsc013919xj.th.jpg (http://img258.echo.cx/my.php?image=dsc013919xj.jpg)

P. Regalis. Was 1in, now 3in span.

http://img202.echo.cx/img202/6361/dsc013149sr.th.jpg (http://img202.echo.cx/my.php?image=dsc013149sr.jpg)
http://img220.echo.cx/img220/5640/dsc013620nl.th.jpg (http://img220.echo.cx/my.php?image=dsc013620nl.jpg)

Mlotec
06-28-2005, 05:41 PM
Nice T's and pics! :clap: Question though is there two spiders in the first P.Regalis picture?

Waxen
06-28-2005, 05:49 PM
Your B. vagans looks sorta like a B. ruhnaui. Maybe a mix-up?

-Jason

On a side note if it is a B. ruhnaui then you made out like a bandit. B. ruhnaui are much more rare in the T trade and are usually WAY more expensive.

:)

becca81
06-28-2005, 06:21 PM
Your B. vagans looks sorta like a B. ruhnaui. Maybe a mix-up?

-Jason

I agree that it does look more like B. ruhnaui. I believe that B. vagans typically has a darker carapace.

ezekeil
06-29-2005, 06:50 AM
Nice T's and pics! :clap: Question though is there two spiders in the first P.Regalis picture?


That was his dinner for the evening :D House spiders over here dont fight so there is no danger to the T!

I couldnt comment on the exact species because i dont know enough but it was sold to me as a Vagans!

metallica
06-29-2005, 08:03 AM
a 4 to 5" ruhnaui has a yellow carapac, not this cupper. not even in premolt.

Till
06-29-2005, 08:37 AM
I would definately not label this tarantula either as B. runhaui or B. vagans. B. vagans has a dark carapace, and as pointed out one post above me, B. ruhnaui has another colour aswell. I would safely label it B. spec and live with a hybrid. Do not breed with that animal!

becca81
06-29-2005, 08:56 AM
I would definately not label this tarantula either as B. runhaui or B. vagans. B. vagans has a dark carapace, and as pointed out one post above me, B. ruhnaui has another colour aswell. I would safely label it B. spec and live with a hybrid. Do not breed with that animal!

I agree that it can't be ID'd and/or labeled by just the picture alone.

I also agree that the color appears to be a little off, but we are just looking at a picture, which may not represent the true color. Regardless of what particular species it is, the coloring in the picture looks to me like it is in need of a molt.

If you have a molt from this spider, you may be interested in locating someone that could properly ID it with the molt. I know there are currently issues in this genus and as Till said, I wouldn't attempt breeding until you are 100% sure of the ID and know that it isn't a hybrid.

Tarantulasse
06-29-2005, 01:20 PM
I'm no expert either, but when I saw the pic I thought B. ruhnai. I have a B. vagans and it doesn't look like that one, and I've been wanting to get a B. ruhnai for awhile....however, like I said...I'm no expert.

who knows? If it did turn out to be a B. ruhnai....you are lucky lucky lucky... :)

aaronrefalo
06-29-2005, 04:25 PM
the carapace is surly different from my b.vagans...but cant be like some one said that shes in a premoult......i would go for that..