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Looks like a baby tarantula to me, but I am not an expert. I am curious what kind it is.
South Australian Tasmanicosa species
Unknown Tasmanicosa (Black Arrow)
It was found near lake Cuyamaca in Southern California. Only about a centimeter at the moment. Quite chubby after two crickets.
Found them on a hike. Grass or wolf spider?
T. grandis, poping HIS head out after this last molt. I swear I heard him say ‘psst...over here...gimme a roach man’ after taking this pic
Very calm compared to hogna. This lid allows them to have an easier time molting, too.
popped just today
Those red fangs...
Eating mealworm, almost 2 inches
Thank you for all input on my previous post! We do, indeed, have a wolf spider. Still not sure what kind and would like to know if we should...
This little guy hitched a ride from South America to Montana in a refrigerated wine shipment! My fiance found him at work and brought him home and...
Another local with some great colour and egg sac, lycosid-tasmanicosa spp
Lycosid- tasmanicosa spp. This wolf spider is living in our orchard and I just had to share those lovely legs.
The little male I found in my living room two nights ago.
Fed him and he’s looking so much better! Look at that face!
Tucson, AZ. I was super surprised at how big this guy was. Funnel is about 2.5 inches in diameter, estimated DLS is 3-4 inches. Anyone want to...
Thought I saw a cricket walking across my living room but it turned out to be this guy! So cool. I’ve never actually seen wolf spiders before,...
Found this beauty at a campsite in Johnson County, Missouri.
Here is the same spider taken with an iPhone X. Hopefully it is a cleaner image.