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These are known around my area as False Blackwidows, some people fear them but they are perfectly harmless
This crawled out from under a crate at work the other day, thought it might be a false widow or something similar. First time I've seen such a...
First and foremost here’s hoping I put this in the right spot. Secondly, I’m pretty sure this is a S. nobilis. Was hanging out by a light next to...
House spider that dispatches stowaway crickets
Australian Redback widow
4 mm dls, female
Female, dls ~ 4mm. I watched it catch, kill, and feed on the much, much larger cricket.
This big beautiful has since produced two sacs about two weeks apart.
I don't think she needs to be fed right now.
The spider hood got my back they posted guards under my bed to deal with both monsters and as seen, stray crickets. Jokes aside, any guess on an...
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.
Noble false widow in a container I recieved an H Mac in lol
L.geometricus (Brown Widow - black morph)