Brazilian Blue Tarantula
Pterinopelma sazimai


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photo with canon camera
Photo using Canon camera on June 1, 2018


cell phone photo of sazimai after molt 1 June 2018
Photo using Apple Iphone camera after molt on June 1, 2018

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After Molt on 15 March 2018 - 2.5 inches DLS


P. sazimai
Color Looks Great - Photo on 24 October 2017 (18 days since last molt on 6 October 2017)


after 14august 2017 molt
After molt of 14 August 2017


July 23 2017
July 23 2017 - 1.25 inches toe to toe


Pterinopelma sazimai
  June 16, 2017


Epigastric Furrow Photos
epigastric furrow
Epigastric Furrow Photo - 8 July 2018


MOLT PHOTOS
June 1 2018 molt Pterinopelma sazimai
Molt on June 1, 2018


molt photo March 15, 2018
     Molt 15 March 2018

Photo Details - ŠNicky Davis

Photo of sazimai after molt on 1 June 2018
Photo of sazimai after molt on 15 March 2018 - 2.5 inches dls
Rehoused January 2018? to 6x7x10 inch container
Rehoused 25 October to container 5x5x7inches
Photo on 24 October 2017 (18 days since molt on 6 October2017)
Molted 6 October 2017 (53 days from last molt)
Photo after it molted 14 August 2017 (39 days from last molt)
Photo taken 23 July 2017
Rehoused 8 July 2017 to container size 4x4x5 inches
Size on 6 July 2017 after molt is 1.25 inches toe to toe
Molted 6 July 2017 (36 days)
Photo taken inside vial on June 16, 2017
Molted 30 May 2017 (40 days)
Molted 20 April 2017

MOLT PHOTOS
Molt photo  1 June 2018
Molt photo 15 March 2018



This sazimai is very agreeable
When I  first bought this tarantula I fed it  tiny crickets or cricket parts every third day except when nearing a molt.
In July after it molted I started feeding it a small cricket every third day.
It piled substrate up on one side while staying toward the bottom of the vial.
Humidity is kept  at  65-80%
Purchased as a spiderling from K-8 inverts around April 1 2017
Maximum size is reportedly 6.5 inches toe to toe.

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