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agelenidae

  1. Giant House Spider UK [3/3]

    Giant House Spider UK [3/3]

  2. Giant House Spider UK [2/3]

    Giant House Spider UK [2/3]

  3. Giant House Spider UK [1/3]

    Giant House Spider UK [1/3]

    Giant house spider uk
  4. Unidentified house spider [2/2]

    Unidentified house spider [2/2]

  5. Unidentified house spider [1/2]

    Unidentified house spider [1/2]

  6. Tegenaria

    Tegenaria

    Not sure of the exact species (domestica?). I had this one a few months ago before she escaped from her terrarium..
  7. Bolus?

    Bolus?

    My daughter caught this guy a few days ago and was wanting to know if that is a food bolus that the spider has made (brown ball under the spider)? She has been giving it small crickets but wasn't sure if he is actually eating them.
  8. Winter spiders

    Winter spiders

    Love finding spiders out and about during winter. Only on the mild Pacific west coast. :) I think it is either a Eratigena atrica or Eratigena duellica. Correct me if I'm wrong.
  9. Anyone know what type of spider?

    Anyone know what type of spider?

    Found in a funnel shaped web. It has an orange stripe running down its back and has reddish pedipalps.
  10. Agelenopsis (2)

    Agelenopsis (2)

    An adult female Agelenopsis sp. eating a mealworm pupa.
  11. Agelenopsis

    Agelenopsis

    An adult female Agelenopsis sp. eating a mealworm pupa.
  12. HELP!

    HELP!

    My grass spider egg sac hatched tonight and I need help! They were not supposed to hatch for another month! They are absolutely minuscule and are smaller than fruit flies. What do I feed them? Ants? Springtails? I am in complete panic mode!
  13. A wonderful life, a peaceful death.

    A wonderful life, a peaceful death.

    This was my female grass spider who just passed away. I rescued her from my school locker room where kids where tearing her legs off. Although missed, she may have left behind a fertile egg sack. After death, there is life.
  14. Agelenopsis pennsylvanica

    Agelenopsis pennsylvanica

  15. Grass spood

    Grass spood

    Just chillin and plumping up on a mealworm :D
  16. Agelenopsis pennsylvanica

    Agelenopsis pennsylvanica

  17. Wolf spider

    Wolf spider

    Any advice? I found this guy at school with 4 legs. Couldn’t leave him.
  18. Eratigena Atrica

    Eratigena Atrica

    Giant House Spider, nothing giant about it just now though lol
  19. Tegenaria Parietina

    Tegenaria Parietina

    Cardinal spider Spiderling
  20. Eratigena Atrica

    Eratigena Atrica

    MF Giant house spider
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