Advertisement Last night I found seven little spiders all over my ceiling and carpet. At first I thought they were just MM spiders from outside that made their way in through my open windows. But when I captured them and looked at them, their body shape and characteristics seemed to resemble some type of arboreal tarantula! Of course, them being so small, its really hard to say that for sure, but they definitely did NOT look like any 'true spider' I have seen in this area. It looked like they had scopulated forelegs, and they appeared rather 'hairy'. All of them are about 1/2" and dark colored, very skittish and rather quick for spiders of their size. Since they were all over my ceiling, they seem to have no trouble climbing the walls of my room; IME a lot of orb-weaver types and wolf spiders have trouble with smooth~ish surfaces. Any, now for the pics! My thought is that one of my T's was gravid without me knowing it. Well, here are the females I have that have not molted while in my care (thus could have laid a sac without me knowing), H. albostriatum (actually laid a sac months ago then abandoned it immediately; sac dried out and died) H. longipes H. lividum G. rosea (& RCF) Hmm thats pretty much it. So do these resemble babies of any of those species? Maybe my assumption that they are arboreal is wrong. I've had the Haplos for about a year now, and none have molted in my care AFAIK. Also, I have seen the H. lividum TWICE in the year I've had her (immediately webbed up her burrow, never seen again). So, I dunno, what do you guys think?