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Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by basin79, Aug 26, 2016.
Such a cool new addition man. Don't see those often here in the states.
I believe so. Just had someone on Instagram state that.
I think it is one of the rarest true spiders in the hobby. Currently I think the US has none, but that’ll likely change soon since Europe got some in.
Aye. They'll become more and more available fingers crossed. Hopefully mine will settle on the front of a flower so i can get a feeding video and some better pics.
One of the little Sicarius thomisoides slings has moulted.
imho i think those are cuter than jumpers!
Aye I think they are too.
I love the jerky movements of the Sicarius. It seems so alien. Also, I love how deliberate and methodical that adorable spider who's name I forgot is. Also, apologies if you do not appreciate this but your voice is kinda sexy.
Gandanameno sp aka velvet spider. Aye they're so bloody cute it hurts.
It's been a while but I finally managed to record my now juvenile Macrothele gigas.
Hey! A tsuchigumo! I remember seeing a few of those in Okinawa. I have always wondered what their actual name was. Also, is it just me or does it have long spinnerets?
They have very long spinnerets. They're prolific webbers. Did you take I pics of the ones you saw per chance?
I did, but they were on my old phone that was dropped off a skyscraper. It's a long story that consists primarily of me being a dumbass.