agelenopsis

  1. Agelenopsis (2)

    Agelenopsis (2)

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

    Agelenopsis

    An adult female Agelenopsis sp. eating a mealworm pupa.
  3. 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!
  4. 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.
  5. Agelenopsis pennsylvanica

    Agelenopsis pennsylvanica

  6. Grass spood

    Grass spood

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

    Agelenopsis pennsylvanica

  8. Agelenopsis web

    Agelenopsis web

    Agelenopsis pennsylvanica (funnel weaver/grass spider) enclosure webbing. We found this guy outside our apartment and took him in to take care of. Hes been a great eater, webbed up the entire cage we gave him and doesnt even try to escape, hes very lively especially around dusk.
  9. Agelenopsis aperta

    Agelenopsis aperta

    Agelenopsis aperta (Desert Grass Spider)
  10. Wolf - household pet

    Wolf - household pet

    My pet Wolf spider. I've raised it from a sling I found. As you can see, it eats well.
  11. Agelenopsis Juvie

    Agelenopsis Juvie

    This is my Agelenopsis juvie. I had the mom last year and she laid the sac for me later in the year. The sac hatched in the Spring I believe. It's a great eater and among my collection right now it's probably one of my favorite true spiders. Here it's shown sitting near its latest molt.
  12. The Lair's Owner

    The Lair's Owner

    I was out in the country a few weekends ago and encountered at least a dozen of these large Grass Spider lairs. Each spider was approximately 1.5 inches to 2 inches DLS. Formidable to say the least.
  13. The Lair

    The Lair

    I was out in the country a few weekends ago and encountered at least a dozen of these large Grass Spider lairs. Each spider was approximately 1.5 inches to 2 inches DLS. Formidable to say the least.
  14. Id?

    Id?

    I've narrowed it down to wolf, sheet and hobo, but I have no idea what this little one is. Any ideas?
  15. Grass spider

    Grass spider

  16. Grass spiders mating?

    Grass spiders mating?

    Shots are chronological, this is the second one
  17. Grass spiders mating?

    Grass spiders mating?

    Shots are chronological, this is the first
  18. Grass spider 2

    Grass spider 2

    Another grass spider eating caterpillar. You can see the spillage around it.
  19. Funnel Weaving Grass Spider

    Funnel Weaving Grass Spider

    The full view that I walked in on. Total length of the webbing is somewhere around 4 feet from end to end. Very thick in places. It's probably the most impressive one I've ever seen in my area.
  20. Funnel Weaving Grass Spider

    Funnel Weaving Grass Spider

    Found a "huge" (2-3 inches) funnel weaving Wolf Spider (I think) that has taken up residence in my windowsill. Unfortunately he/she cannot stay, but I was thinking about adopting it, but I'm not sure yet. Either way, very pretty spider and a very cool web!
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