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Yes, this is a reason about their great intelligence: they've to manage other "intelligent" predators as preys.
But I'm sure that if you'll try...
Great Stefan and... good work lady Ancylometes! :-)
Here we go! Hyllus sp. from Banfora, Burkina Faso, Salticus scenicus from Genova (Italy) and Phidippus clarus from North Carolina
No, it's a wolf spider (Lycosidae). An adult male of a tiny species like Pardosa.
If I saw the third spider here in Italy I would said Trochosa sp....
But in Illinois.... I'll stop to wolf spider
If I'll have time I'll post a picture, but you don't need anything else than a plastic containter, about 15x10 with 2 inches/5 cm of ground...
If you haven't a female ready to mate, I think you can leave it, cause it will not live so much, neither it will eat so much being adult......
Hi Missy, as I said you... you'll not need any heat mat... Simply, during winter it will eat less than during summer.
It eat crickets and so on,...
It's really similar to the Genus Nuctenea...
nothing else sorry
It really seems an Holconia or an Olios.
Not at all, you'll only need a small enclosure, with a deep substrate and that's all folks!
Thanks, it's the same technique I use here in winter for Italian jumping spiders...
Ok! I know that Florida would be better at this time, but my girlfriend is actually "the animal" I'm going for this time! ;)
Anyway, I'll do...
That's really good for me! cause I'm firstly an herpetologist and seeing a copperhead would be very interesting. I know venomous spiders and I've...
I can understand, cause I know it quite cold at the moment...
But I'll try anyway and I'll let you know!
I'm going to visit Bethlehem in Pennsylvania since 2 to12 March where my girlfriend is for research purposes.
I understand it will be...
Yes, it's a Lycosidae for sure, but it's rather impossible to tell which species when so young.
Hi Peter, heureux de te voir ici! :)
Here's Emanuele Biggi from Italy.
See you in Hamm in March.
how big is it?
It really seems something like a black wolf spider (Lycosidae)... but it's very difficult with thiese pictures...