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    Thread: Orphnaecus Sp. "Cebu" fan club

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      Orphnaecus Sp. "Cebu" fan club

      It seems like not many people have this species and if they do, they never show them off.

      Almost everyone likes heavy webbers, and i think this one is the heaviest webber.
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      Finally!!! Here is my unsexed sling. It just recently molted, but I don't have any good pictures of it since then.
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      My sling is not as plump as I like my tarantulas to be, but it still one of my best eaters as far as slings are concerned.
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