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    Aphonopelma Marxi (tarantula) posed on Crystal skull

    My lovely Loofah makes an excellent model for my newest skull
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    Re: Aphonopelma Marxi (tarantula) posed on Crystal skull

    Love it!!!! I dare not touch any of mine lol here’s Mittens


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    Used to have a couple myself, very beautiful spiders. Thanks for sharing!
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    Re: Aphonopelma Marxi (tarantula) posed on Crystal skull

    Very cool pics!
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    - 1992 0.1 Bci; Hudson 1988 1.0 Colombian rainbow; Yang 2002 1.0 Corn snake; Merlin 2000 1.0 Solomon Island ground boa; Kett 2015 1.0 Diamond Jungle Jaguar carpet python; Dakota 2014 0.0.1 Children’s python

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    Thanks guys! I don't see many A. Marxi around so I love showing my gal off.
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    Re: Aphonopelma Marxi (tarantula) posed on Crystal skull

    Awesome pictures. I have always been fascinated by spiders to a point. Amazing to look at and yet produces a deep rooted primal fear in me
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    Re: Aphonopelma Marxi (tarantula) posed on Crystal skull

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodie View Post
    Awesome pictures. I have always been fascinated by spiders to a point. Amazing to look at and yet produces a deep rooted primal fear in me
    I was always terrified by snakes till I was about 25 years old. Now I love them.

    And imho spiders and Tarantulas are different things to be scared of. I like tarantulas but won’t come close to some of these monsters we have here in Texas like a brown recluse. But I like corn snakes but stay away from rattle snakes too

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