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My Hogna miami's egg sac hatched a few day ago. Here are all her babies on her abdomen.
I got this for free a few weeks ago at an expo, but somehow I managed to miss that it appears to be a MM. I'm considering looking into breeding it...
My other purchase from the expo.
First molt in my care. This little guy/girl is now a solid 2" DLS.
Such an amazing hunter and eater
Tucson Hogna species eating a cricket larger than itself! Any ideas if it's carolinensis or antelucana?
my son found him being terrorized by our dog so we saved him he is 3" DLS one of the biggest i ever seen
Spooked this gal while checking up on my building project one morning. She's missing a leg, but she's still got it! She was about two inches in...
These Hogna cf. lenta wolf spiderlings can barely walk yet and are so cute! ^_^
Hogna lenta (Lycosidae): mature male (wild specimen)
Hogna lenta (Lycosidae): mature female (wild specimen)
Yesterday I found the largest wolf spider (yes, I checked the eyes ;) ) I have ever seen, measuring over 1.5 inches from mandibles to spinnerets!...
Large female after consuming her second sac..
Mid-sized wolf spider captured a year ago- released 6 months ago- tendency to produce a lot of infertile egg sacs
Here is another image of my female Hogna carolinensis resting on her leaf.
Here is the enclosure I made for my adult female Hogna carolinensis. I actually put her in a tank that is even larger than that of my B. smithi.
My momma carolina wolf spider