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True spider picture thread

Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by Curious jay, May 30, 2012.

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    Ah yes, the second most overly feared spider of all time! (Only coming second to Latrodectus mactans) Poor arachids always getting blamed for everything :). Loveeeee your specimen btw.
     
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  2. Biollantefan54

    Biollantefan54 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Thanks, she is very interesting to watch, hoping to catch her a male soon!
     
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  3. JumpingSpiderLady

    JumpingSpiderLady Arachnobaron Active Member

    Genus???? Species????
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    Phidippus Audax? image.jpeg
     
  4. Donald Lloyd

    Donald Lloyd Arachnopeon

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    Verrucosa arenata I caught the other night Triangle Orb Weaver close up.JPG
     
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  5. CEC

    CEC Arachnobaron Arachnosupporter

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    Araneidae (Araneus sp. ?) From Turks and Caicos

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  6. Misty Day

    Misty Day Arachnobaron

    Presumed Eratigena atrica munching down on a mealworm. The speed of this spider amazes me.
     

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  7. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Sicarius Terrosus

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  8. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Ctenus Red fang

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  9. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Didn't work.
     
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  10. z32upgrader

    z32upgrader Arachnoknight

    These spiders are running all over the rocks on the shore of Lake Stanley Draper, OK.
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  11. CosbyArt

    CosbyArt Arachnopeon

    Some shots of my recently hatched bold jumping spider slings (Phidippus audax). See the photos with the US penny for size reference - they are so small it is hard to get a shot of them holding still.

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  12. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    IMG_0323.JPG IMG_0319.JPG Adult male Phidippus Regius.
     
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  13. cooperevans001

    cooperevans001 Arachnosquire

    L. Mactans Female, sub-adult. Still has juvenile markings on back and hourglass hasnt fully formed.[​IMG]
     
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  14. Biollantefan54

    Biollantefan54 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Sicarius sp.
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    Loxosceles deserta
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    Arctosa santaerosae
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    Hogna lenta
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  15. Flexzone

    Flexzone Arachnolord Active Member

    Sicarius terrosus- MM
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  16. Greenjewls

    Greenjewls Arachnobaron

    H. carolinensis glamour shot!
     
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  17. Biollantefan54

    Biollantefan54 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Are you sure this isn't L. variolus
     
  18. Stargazer

    Stargazer Arachnopeon

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    I live on a barrier island outside of Charleston, South Carolina. This beauty was on my deck this morning, I thought it was a bumble bee at first then realized it was some type of wolf spider. The markings are so unusual on the back! Does anyone know the species? Thank you! I scooped him onto a piece of paper to put into the grass and observed him in a defensive posture.
     

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  19. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    That's a jumping spider. Phidippus audax is my guess. Or a male Phidippus Regius.
     
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  20. Stargazer

    Stargazer Arachnopeon

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    Thank you so much! I searched the internet for hours with no luck. Appreciate the info!!