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Where was this found?The spider is most certainly a male Widow of sort, but am not sure on exact species without a location.
Thank you :)
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Haha, what species is yours?
That was mean...Of coarse animals are not robots, I never said such a thing!(And no, I would not be risking death, considering there has not been...
It's an OK book, I have a copy.Pretty decent amount of species for a small field guide, but uses terms like "poisonous" a lot.If you want a cheap...
I guess I'll do that.I'm going for gravid >:D
Thanks :).And yes I do like handling spiders
She's been moving like this for a couple months now, so I don't think it could be DKS.
Hope you guys enjoy it.
I think, but I should mention that when I pick up her cage she flutters a lot.Isn't there the possibility that she could just be skittish?My...
Hi guys, I'm really worried about my rosie...She hasn't eaten in weeks and is very jumpy and flutters and curls when I touch her or try to handle....
Thanks, I'll check out his listing.I just like making video's of handling spiders, and Loxosceles reclusais one I really want to do.
I have much experience with handling spiders.Any spider in this country, if you don't provoke it, will not bite, and this is even more true with...
Eh, because I don't live in the range and want to make some observations and a video (Well I'm actually in the basic range, but I'm too close to...
Yep.What's your username on spiders.us or r/spiders, if you have one?
Was thinking of making a handling video of Loxosceles reclusa or any Loxosceles species in general, but unfortunately don't have any specimens...
Thanks a bunch =D
Don't think I'll be feeding those to my spiders.Sorry about your widow ):
I don't think the egg sacs of any widows would be worth anything, I would just put it outside (It's hard to raise cobweb spider slings).
Looks like a female.