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Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by jrh3, Jan 6, 2019.
Does anyone have leads on where to find these jumpers? Are they even in the US hobby?
I saw some H. giganteous offered early last year but they were already sold out by the time I saw them. I don't know about any H. diardi.
Thanks, Im sure they are around somewhere. Maybe I will find some sooner than later, lol. I have been looking for Texas Unicorn Mantis for 4 years now, still no luck. Hopefully, jumpers are easier to find.
I've seen both pop up from time to time, though I think only as WC stock. CB seem to be really hard to come by, though I'm not sure if that's because there's a gender skew in the population or if they're hard to breed in captivity.
Try finding a semi-local local reptile expo, you may be able to find them seasonally available.
Cape Cod Roaches had a few H. giganteus for sale a while ago, you might check with them in order to see if they might be getting any in the future.
Hope this helps,
Thanks, I sent them an email. As well as a few others, Im sure they will show up maybe as the weather warms up a bit.
If your still looking I just bought 4 2 females 2 males from Jan Logg very reputable breeder. You can find her on face book or she belongs to several Jumping spider groups through fb.
Thanks, I got 2 females from her and found 2 unrelated males so I can breed them