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Male Mexican Red Knee Brachypelma smithi
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beautiful shot ;)
Thanks for the feature Manon. Lets hope 2013 is the year of the arachnid.
Amazing spider and shot! :O)
Beautiful and the abdomen is fuzzy so it hasn’t been shedding irritating hairs (or maybe it just shed – it looks so perfect!)! It must love you:>) Congratulations on your feature in Arachnids – FAVE:>)
Thanks Carol. Yes your right it has not been flicking hairs as this was quite a calm spider compared to some. I had it from when it was about 4mm long, sadly it died a couple of years ago. This picture was published in the Extreme Pets series of books Spider by Franklin Watts so I am still reminded of it when I read my books.
I’m sorry to hear that – this is one beautiful spider!!
Great capture, congrats. on your well deserved feature.
Thank you very much Gabrielle.
Just stunning Kawka.
Thanks Julie. These spiders can be a bit nervous but well worth the effort.
Staggering shot … I managed to stay here long enough to utter a small complimentary comment. Now I’m running…………………………………………..
Thanks Marilyn. They are just like fuzzy teddy bears.
Just love these guys. nice shot.
Thanks Bill. If only everyone felt the same about these creatures the world would be a better place.
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