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Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by basin79, Aug 26, 2016.
Some very rare photos of my Sicarius Terrosus (sand spider).
My little Phidippus Regius has kicked its skin out.
I wants me one of these beasts
Great pictures! Which Araneomorphae do you have?
The ones in the pics and a couple of Gandanameno sp babies.
Post shed feed.
Pretty Phid! As soon as they're large enough put up some photos of the Gandanameno sp!
I will do. It'll take a while probably.
Here's the jumper taking down the moth.
Dat face !
I know it's not what you meant but these are the Velvets the day they arrived a few weeks ago. Bigger than I thought they'd be but still small. Phone pics (I didn't have my camera then).
Those are some cute slings!
This gal arrived today.
You can see she's missing her first left leg and second right. Hopefully a few sheds and she'll be perfect.
Noticed a few mites in with the Gigas slings. They're rubbish at house keeping. Anyway I decided to rehouse them.
Sling 1 (testicle with legs). This ate a large cricket recently. It won't be getting fed for a while.
Sling 2 had some real attitude. Bless.
Note the mites.
The attitude carried on in the new larger tub.
The little rascal was out and about again. Bagged a small adult male cricket.
Gigas sling 1 shed the other day. So they've both shed in my care now. Can't wait until they put some size on. I loved my adult female.
I hadn't seen my jumper out and about prowling. Just found out the reason. New clothes.
Being a mygalomorph, I'm guessing the gigas will have the same lifespan as some tarantulas? Also, how many Sicarius species do you have? I'm realllyyyyy trying to get into other mygalomorphs and true spiders.