1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.
EulersK

0.1 E. murinus, ~4.5"

Hands down in the top 10 most defensive spiders I own. Nasty little thing.

0.1 E. murinus, ~4.5"
EulersK, Jun 4, 2019
Moby, Ztesch, Chris LXXIX and 8 others like this.
    • SuzukiSwift
      Gorgeous. What’s the growth rate like? I have two 1cm slings
    • Ungoliant
      I just got one of these yesterday; my first sight of it was a threat pose.

      I'll post pictures after I have fun rehousing it.
    • EulersK
      @SuzukiSwift Sorry, couldn't tell you. I got her about two years ago as a subadult. From what I've gathered online, they're a moderate growth rate.

      @Ungoliant Yup. Only spider I was genuinely scared of biting through the plastic catch cup. Can't wait to see what demonic pictures you get :D
      Ungoliant likes this.
    • Teds ts and Inverts
      I bought a 4.5” Female about 3 months ago, and I haven’t gotten a single threat pose. I rehoused her recently, and she was very cooperative. She’s much more inclined to run than stand her ground. I guess I just lucked out with her :D
    • Chris LXXIX
      Interesting, never had a threat display from those. Nervous/speedy as heck, but prone to retreat in their burrows :)
    • Ungoliant
      @EulersK I was expecting a fight, but it was an easy rehousing. She was a bit stubborn when I nudged her into her new home, but she didn't even give me a threat pose.

      [​IMG]
    There are no comments to display.
  • Category:
    Ephebopus
    Uploaded By:
    EulersK
    Date:
    Jun 4, 2019
    View Count:
    223
    Comment Count:
    6

    EXIF Data

    File Size:
    6.9 MB
    Mime Type:
    image/jpeg
    Width:
    3967px
    Height:
    2937px
    Aperture:
    f/4.0
    Make:
    Canon
    Model:
    Canon PowerShot SX160 IS
    Date / Time:
    2019:05:29 09:36:36
    Exposure Time:
    1/60 sec
    ISO Speed Rating:
    ISO 160
    Focal Length:
    8.187 mm
     

    Note: EXIF data is stored on valid file types when a photo is uploaded. The photo may have been manipulated since upload (rotated, flipped, cropped etc).