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View elegantepithelium's Instagram Cross-Section of the Epididymis... 😏 Order a Huge 20"x60" Canvas Print To Put This On Your Wall! Free Shipping Now! ElegantEpithelium.com. Link In Bio. #medicine #microscopy #microscopyart #photography #science #biology #sperm 1458500956925140682_4717361363

Cross-Section of the Epididymis... 😏 Order a Huge 20"x60" Canvas Print To Put This On Your Wall! Free Shipping Now! ElegantEpithelium.com. Link In Bio. #medicine #microscopy #microscopyart #photography #science #biology #sperm

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View sciencesiren77's Instagram Not even gonna lie.... spit out my drink... and teared up a bit, at the camaraderie.... 😂🍷😬 #nature #professor #science #blonde #teacher #blueeyes #biology #genetics #gold #fitgirl #fitmom #yogapants #tagsforlikes #fitfam #beauty #mom #instadaily #schoolteacher #humor #smile #instalike #instagood #longhair #longlegs #photography #wine #gym #laugh #saturdaynight #sunday Thanks! @basicwhitebetches 1458497168796077916_219431094

Not even gonna lie.... spit out my drink... and teared up a bit, at the camaraderie.... 😂🍷😬 #nature #professor #science #blonde #teacher #blueeyes #biology #genetics #gold #fitgirl #fitmom #yogapants #tagsforlikes #fitfam #beauty #mom #instadaily #schoolteacher #humor #smile #instalike #instagood #longhair #longlegs #photography #wine #gym #laugh #saturdaynight #sundayThanks! @basicwhitebetches

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View jeny_gervacio's Instagram #FCB #biology #biologia #facu 🍃🖤 1458495906848182368_1302300814

#fcb #biology #biologia #facu🍃🖤

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View james_d_emerson's Instagram Eastern Black-tailed Rattlesnake out today in west Texas. This is the same male that was out 2 weeks ago. Photographed in situ. 1458495227924644051_2962581192

Eastern Black-tailed Rattlesnake out today in west Texas. This is the same male that was out 2 weeks ago. Photographed in situ.

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View rina_120's Instagram 🌴26 February 2017🌴
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See you summer ☀️
もう夜は寒いよ〜💦!
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#motorcyclegirl#cbr300r #26022017
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#バイク #ホンダ  #ガールズバイカー
#バイクのある風景  #バイクが好きだ
#単車好き#女性ライダー#バイク女子 
#グリフィス#大学 #留学 #勉強#仕事
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🌴26 February 2017🌴 - See you summer ☀️ もう夜は寒いよ〜💦! - - #motorcyclegirl#cbr300r #26022017 #moterbike #honda#2015cbr300abs #bikerchicksofinsta #universalbikers #griffithuni #marine #biology #work #goldcoast #queensland #Australia #バイク #ホンダ #ガールズバイカー #バイクのある風景 #バイクが好きだ #単車好き#女性ライダー#バイク女子 #グリフィス#大学 #留学 #勉強#仕事 #ゴールドコースト #オーストラリア -

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View evaglac's Instagram Thank you for the beautiful photography @cathyronalds 
4 Kurrajong seedpods created for a @burrinja climate change exhibition .. .
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#sculpture #melbournesculpture #australianflora #australianflowers #australianseedpods #seedpod #kurrajongseed #kurrajong #nature #flora #botany #biology #serotiny #clay #claysculpture #black #blackglaze #ceramics #dandenongranges #stoneware #clayworks #wax 1458491009226706840_1319686490

Thank you for the beautiful photography @cathyronalds 4 Kurrajong seedpods created for a @burrinja climate change exhibition .. . . . . . . #sculpture #melbournesculpture #australianflora #australianflowers #australianseedpods #seedpod #kurrajongseed #kurrajong #nature #flora #botany #biology #serotiny #clay #claysculpture #black #blackglaze #ceramics #dandenongranges #stoneware #clayworks #wax

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View idreamofspiders's Instagram Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons!

They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs.

And look at that orange!

Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus

Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897.

They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species.

Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating.

These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years.

#growingupsofast #vitaminc
#arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska ⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠ 1458287733918419746_2082216524

Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons! They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs. And look at that orange! Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897. They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species. Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating. These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years. #growingupsofast #vitaminc #arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠

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View jett92's Instagram My late vday gift. He feeds my body AND my brain! #theselfishgene #biology #rva #instabooks #girlsthatread #sciencebitch #luckygirl 1458486432292494605_181144341

My late vday gift. He feeds my body AND my brain! #theselfishgene #biology #rva #instabooks #girlsthatread #sciencebitch #luckygirl

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View idreamofspiders's Instagram Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons!

They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs.

And look at that orange!

Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus

Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897.

They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species.

Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating.

These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years.

#growingupsofast #vitaminc
#arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska ⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠ 1458290867810195783_2082216524

Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons! They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs. And look at that orange! Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897. They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species. Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating. These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years. #growingupsofast #vitaminc #arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠

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View idreamofspiders's Instagram Like I said:

Cats can be dicks.

Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons!

They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs.

And look at that orange!

Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus

Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897.

They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species.

Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating.

These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years.

#growingupsofast #vitaminc
#arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska ⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠ 1458310939970781414_2082216524

Like I said: Cats can be dicks. Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons! They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs. And look at that orange! Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897. They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species. Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating. These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years. #growingupsofast #vitaminc #arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠

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View idreamofspiders's Instagram American meteorology is a bit...different from this.

Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons!

They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs.

And look at that orange!

Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus

Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897.

They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species.

Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating.

These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years.

#growingupsofast #vitaminc
#arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska ⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠ 1458313161710472482_2082216524

American meteorology is a bit...different from this. Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons! They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs. And look at that orange! Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897. They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species. Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating. These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years. #growingupsofast #vitaminc #arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠

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View idreamofspiders's Instagram Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons!

They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs.

And look at that orange!

Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus

Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897.

They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species.

Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating.

These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years.

#growingupsofast #vitaminc
#arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska ⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠ 1458315409698030530_2082216524

Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons! They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs. And look at that orange! Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897. They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species. Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating. These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years. #growingupsofast #vitaminc #arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠

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View idreamofspiders's Instagram Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons!

They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs.

And look at that orange!

Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus

Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897.

They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species.

Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating.

These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years.

#growingupsofast #vitaminc
#arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska ⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠ 1458318100562114365_2082216524

Omen is well over 4in now, after her last molt, and look at her little feetsers with talons! They're VERY excitingly-fast growers, these OBTs. And look at that orange! Scientific Name: Pterinochilus murinus Habitat: Distribution/Background: The Mombasa Baboon Spider---Pterinochilus murinus, OBT---was described by Reginald Innes Pocock in 1897. They are an "old world" African tarantula found in Zaire, Kenya, and Tanzania. Other common names they are known by are Starburst Baboon Spider, Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spider, Orange Baboon Tarantula, Usambara Orange Baboon, and "Pterror". Status: Pterinochilus murinus is not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species. Description: The true Orange Baboon Spider is bright mustard yellow with clean, dark markings. These markings include the characteristic starburst pattern on the cephalothora. Mombasa Golden Starburst Baboon Spiders are medium sized with up to a 6" (15 cm) leg span. Mature males, however, molt out at a very small size usually in the 2 - 3" (5 - 7.5 cm) range. Males are slender and long-legged compared to females and they have no tibial hooks for mating. These spiders are VERY fast growers, a male can mature in under a year with females taking a little longer. They are not as long lived as some of the other tarantulas, having a probably life span of only about 8 to 12 years. #growingupsofast #vitaminc #arachnophobia #killyou #macro #orange #baboon #tarantula #obt #spider #biology #wildlife #hunter #8leggedkitty #spidersofinstagram #venomous #serialkiller #killer #bundy #bug #spotthespider #bite #nope #natgeo #animalkingdom #animal #tarantulasofinstagram #sëxygïrl #lincoln #nebraska⚠⚠click link in bio⚠⚠

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View joleegram's Instagram Amazing staghorn situation going on here. #staghorn #fern #botanical #conservatoryofflowers #sanfrancisco #biology #horticulture 1458480796817938570_969674042

Amazing staghorn situation going on here. #staghorn #fern #botanical #conservatoryofflowers #sanfrancisco #biology #horticulture

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