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Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by basin79, Aug 26, 2016.
Oh my so tiny ..
My little pet house spider. I'll be letting him go soon.
This lass has just trapped. Heteropoda Lunula. She's a bit tatty but will be transformed when she sheds.
Well she's just caught and is eating a cricket. Her first feed since she trapped. I can relax a bit now.
This gorgeous little lass has just trapped. Phidippus Regius.
She settled in fast. Freshly hatched blue bottle.
Gandanameno sp feeding. Love this little gorgeous girl.
They always say that the reason jumping spiders attach silk before jumping in case they miss, but clearly it's at least partly so when the animal twice as big as you are starts flying around you aren't flung around on top of it.
Yes it works either/both ways.
outstanding collection and pix .
Thank you. Mother nature deserves all the credit.
Finally. This girl has fed. She's been eating a large adult male silent cricket for 24 hours.
I'm over the moon.
Keeping a day-to-day log like that is a really good idea!
I just write down when I get a new pet and when they shed.