Aphonopelma sp. 'bisbee'

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Aphonopelma sp. 'bisbee'

Post by josh_r on Sun May 25, 2008 3:24 pm

no habitat shots but the habitat is rocky oak forest at around 5000ft in elevation.

these spiders are being offered by a certain individual as charltons orange rump (aphonopelma malapai) there is no such thing as A. malapai. this name was made up by the individual. these are a mediun sized aphonopelma around 4" or so. here is the spider







she is close to a moult so i will post pics after she moults.
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Re: Aphonopelma sp. 'bisbee'

Post by John Apple on Sun May 25, 2008 4:27 pm

very nice...I bet she is black as all heck with a bright red but after a shed

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