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  1. A Lucky Break (♂ Kukulcania hibernalis)

    A Lucky Break (♂ Kukulcania hibernalis)

    In the middle of the night, I felt this spider crawling on my forehead. Fortunately for him, I was sufficiently awake that I didn't reflexively squish him. I brushed him off, captured him, and released him near a female's web the next day.
  2. Kukulcania ID

    Kukulcania ID

    I'm trying to figure out if this is Kukulcania arizonica or K. hibernalis. Any opinions?
  3. Kukulcania cf. Arizonica

    Kukulcania cf. Arizonica

    Adult female
  4. More goofy Kukulcania hibernalis babies

    More goofy Kukulcania hibernalis babies

    I could watch these guys all night. It’s like they don’t know how to use their own legs. Their baby awkwardness is delightful ♥️
  5. Kukulcania hibernalis spiderlings

    Kukulcania hibernalis spiderlings

    Look at my beautiful new spiderlings! They’re about the same size as my 2i Kochiana brunnipes tbh.
  6. Tranfull Eyes

    Tranfull Eyes

    Added photo to tranfull to give some additional detail. Legs look to have 2 hooks. I believe this spider may have hatched out of some fire wood mover here from the gilroy are last season. The white spots above the large eyes seem to be some sort of reflective spots under a lens of some sort. JLN
  7. Tranfull

    Tranfull

    Found Bay Area yard. Will fit on a penny. Would like to know if it is a safe Calif. species and it's gender. No hooks on the front legs, elongated pore on each hind leg. Legs seem long. it can move rapidly ( length of arm in 2 seconds once warmed up). Not sure it is a Tarantula. See next photo. JLN
  8. Kukulcania hibernalis snacking while sac-sitting

    Kukulcania hibernalis snacking while sac-sitting

    She made this sac about two weeks ago and has been an amazing mom. She’s been very slim, though, so I offered her a mealworm and she’s casually snacking on it while guarding her sac. Such a good mama ♥️
  9. Kukulcania arizonica

    Kukulcania arizonica

    I picked her up at a show this weekend and finally rehoused her today. I am. THE WORST.
  10. Vaska (Kukulcania hibernalis)

    Vaska (Kukulcania hibernalis)

    She was already mature when she crawled out from behind the washing machine six years ago.
  11. Living Dangerously (1.3" Mature Male Kukulcania hibernalis)

    Living Dangerously (1.3" Mature Male Kukulcania hibernalis)

    Two days ago, I extracted this freshly matured male from a roach bait tray. He'd been living there for months until he matured, undeterred by the poison. When the weather is nice, I will release him where there are lots of females.
  12. Kukulcania arizonica

    Kukulcania arizonica

    Kukulcania arizonica (Arizona Black Hole Spider)
  13. I honestly thought this was tick at first.

    I honestly thought this was tick at first.

    I have been all over the web looking for what this is. It was found in central California in an abandoned tarantula hole. Any ideas?
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