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Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by Curious jay, May 30, 2012.
Phidippus Regius on my index finger tip.
Here's one of my S.Thomisoides (S.Terrosus)
And one of my Hogna sp. Tuscon
Piloctenus cf haematostoma
Phoneutria boliviensis "Iquito"
Viridasius sylvestrisform mating
I have two jumpers, (trite parvula)
I also just got a black house spider or a Badumna insignis. Just molted today.
(Zeal) sorry for the fuzzy molt photo :/ it's really small and i have a bad camera.
I'm still working on the enclosures and any help would really be appreciated. I'm in New Zealand, so finding things for spiders is really difficult! the substrate is going to be replaced with coco fiber I am keeping the enclosures properly moisturized. I originally wanted tarantula. But New Zealand has exceptionally strict laws about importation involving any kind of foreign insect. But I do absolutely love my spiders. The jumpers are amazing (and cheeky for the most part) and the black house spider is pretty chill so far so I'm glad to be a proud owner of such beautiful true spiders.
While spider hunting in my yard tonight, I was surprised to find this penultimate male Eriophora ravilla, a species that is normally found in the Gulf states. (This is the first time I have seen one in South Carolina.)
Incredible spiders truly fascinating also that wolf spider(lycosidae) its in the trochosa genus and I would say trochosa tericola or trochosa ruricola (rustic wolf spider) I only know this from a great book I used to identify my own trochosa ruricola/tericola once again love your collection.
Unidentified female Diaea sp. from Victoria, Australia
Male of the same species. Sorry for poor quality my camera isn't great and these are pretty small
A few years back. Needless to say I had a bunch of these guys in my yard for the year.
seen this beuty in my yard a few years ago. they are quite sneaky and hide in flowers. (image from pintrest)