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Just a crazy lady who loves animals! I live with 3 felines, 4 bearded dragons and 20+ tarantulas. I enjoy sharing them with everyone! ♥️

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Look who is finishing the molting process! Female B. auratum. -Patriot ️

P. regius baby telling his lunch guest just how it’s gonna go down. Don’t blink! Fastest attack ever!

One of my H chilensis (old Euathlus sp red/Chilean flame) has new clothes! Sweet!

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When an adorable little kindergarten girl and her family remember your birthday! Love the kiddos on my bus! ️🧁

I was pleasantly surprised that one of my B albo’s molted during the early morning! Proper grooming is now required!

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A rare sighting this evening of my D. pentaloris juvie. That is a piece of old molt on her abdomen. Hopefully it will be gone with the next change-o’-clothes!

That moment when you realize that you and your jumper match! P. regius baby Biscotti. ️️

My B. auratum juvie girl Patriot is out looking gorgeous this evening!

Say hello to the newest member of the Arachnomom family! P. sazimai u/s juvie. 2 weeks post molt and lookin’ fab-u-lous! ️

Beware! The little bastards are out! Felt this crawling on my right arm a while ago and got suspicious when it kept moving after I tried to squash it. Damn ticks! This nymph is smaller than the tip of a pen. And to the naked eye, about the size

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