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Keep them dry, room temperature, crickets, roaches, normal spidey food and you're good. Relatively slow growers and a long life span, really easy!
The middle one is some kind of mygalomorphae, not Drassodes
I'm thinking Tigrosa aspersa
Symphyla are relatively easy to find outside in leaf litter, they make silk too which is interesting
I've found both of those, there are pauropoda living in the wood of my stirmi tank. Harmless tiny critters
It has a lot of similar characteristics. The carapace, the face shape, the legs. It looks like a wolf spider. No one is saying it is or not but...
This looks lycosid to me as well, the carapace mainly. If only their were eye pics
I'm thinking Neoscona, maybe crucifera
Neherpetoculture, joshsfrogs, and Glassbox tropicals. Ordered a ton of plants from the first two, nothing but good things to say about them
Dolomedes, probably D. tenebrosus
Jus regular coco fiber, very simple spider, pretty tolerant of humidity too. It can dry out and then be quite damp, the spider had done fine on...
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I've got a Liphistius right now. Palpigradi wouldn't be hard in my opinion, just keep the same way as psuedoscorpions. Moist and dark m, and feed...
I doubt your dog would get bit, even if he stuck his nose in the web. Black widows aren't aggressive and it would run into it'd retreat and stay...
Well Europe limits a lot of crazy looking spiders already. Steatoda grossa starts off looking like that with the white patterns, I've seen them...
Steatoda sp. It is harmless so no need to worry
Looks like a normal P. mira to me, a lot of the ones we have here are identical to that. They are harmless spiders