ecclesiasticus

  1. 0.1 Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus

    0.1 Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus

    Mercury rocking her new suit, moult measured 3.5", the "Christmas tree" pattern on the abdomen is completely gone now.
  2. Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus

    Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus

    Sling
  3. Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus

    Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus

    Sling
  4. 0.0.1 P. ecclesiasticus

    0.0.1 P. ecclesiasticus

    Calmed down enough to get a picture, but it'd spread its fangs any time I moved the enclosure.
  5. 0.0.1 P. ecclesiasticus

    0.0.1 P. ecclesiasticus

    My smallest ecclesiasticus sling, just before molting for me. :)
  6. P. ecclesiasticus Sling

    P. ecclesiasticus Sling

    The smaller one of my two new ecclesiasticus slings. Tiny thing is cute as a button! This one's name is Krampus.
  7. Herpyllus ecclesiasticus

    Herpyllus ecclesiasticus

    From the family Gnaphosidae. Common name "Eastern Parson Spider," or as I like to call them Ironic Ground Spiders because I almost always find them not on the ground, but on the ceiling.
  8. Jeff23

    Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus and reduncus

    I have a couple small 1/2" slings in these two species coming in and want to confirm care for them. Are they more similar to species I own such as cambridgei, irminia, pulcher or none of the above on their lifestyle? I want to make sure I set up their enclosures and provide proper water (or...
  9. MM Herpyllus Ecclesiasticus

    MM Herpyllus Ecclesiasticus

    Somewhat clearer pictures of the MM H. Ecclesiasticus. He tried to run off when I opened his cage, but ended up in a position where I could get an OK shot of his ventral markings - not great, but pretty good for what I've gotten our camera to do...
  10. MM Herpyllus Ecclesiasticus

    MM Herpyllus Ecclesiasticus

    Somewhat clearer pictures of the MM Herpyllus Ecclesiasticus. Can see his round pedilaps, and many streaks that are webbing he's put up all over. They are supposedly ground spiders but he webs ALOT!
  11. MM Herpyllus Ecclesiasticus

    MM Herpyllus Ecclesiasticus

    Somewhat clearer pictures of the MM Herpyllus Ecclesiasticus. You can see his big round pedilaps here.
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