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This cricket is having a bad day.
Latrodectus hesperus on top, Latrodectus hasselti on bottom. Dont worry, they were only placed together to show the differences between juvenile...
Latrodectus hesperus without any visible hourglass or red marking. Ugly duckling out of the many generations I've had.
Latrodectus hesperus slings.
Lactrodectus hesperus female is making me a lovely webbed gift. She was found at someone else work and called me to move her rather than kill her....
BoB is her name (Big Oh Booty)
Her name is Little BoB
Found this little lady at work...she was one tiny little thing and now...well...just look at her :)
Her name is BOB - Big Oh Booty
Found a bunch of these this morning. Interesting that they’re all along one street (from what I saw) and all look to be not fully grown. It’s also...
Listed as "arizona black widows". Exact species unknown
Just finished molting
The other Latrodectus Hesperus taking a stroll around his old enclosure.
Post molt feeding for Latrodectus Hesperus
Latrodectus Hesperus female occupying an old geometricus web I presume.
This is my queen, Saber! I've raised her from a tiny sling. She's about ~3 years old now.
Latrodectus Hesperus female juvenile. About 4 months ago there were 100+ of these hatched.
Some recent posts inspired me to grab a deli cup and head outside... They are just so plentiful here, I didn’t consider capturing one.
Latrodectus hesperus male (i think).
A brimming glass of spiders indeed.