- Jul 23, 2017
The first lycosidae was t ruricola I have three of themi love jumping spiders but i dont keep often let them wonder the house and help them with a bug or too lol
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Ok, so i had the time to take some pics just now (isn@t all of them just got pics of the ones that were willing lol).
Amaurobius Ferox? im unsure on this one but i believe its in the Amaurobius sp.
Segestria sp. (I think maybe florentina as the fangs have a slight green sheen)
i have 4 of those, one grown on sling and 3 Juvies.
D. crocata mature male
I have another 3 mature females one juvie and a sling in a communal together of these guys one of the females layed a sack last night:
and i believe one of the other females is preparing a eggsack too, i'd like to have a go at successfully raising this species. as i have done so with my tegenaria, Steatoda nobilis and i currently have a Amaurobius similis sack that started emerging into slings today. I've tried looking for information on eggsack care/requirements online but didn't come up with anything lol if anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated too. (Catfishrod i think you mentioned you kept these when i accidentally mislabelled a spider you needed an ID for? if so did you breed them? anything will help. thanks).
They are communal somewhat my neighbor had a communal set up just fine with no death as long as he fed all of themheres another pic of my D.lapidosus from the other night:
and a lil suprise i got this evening:
more of my Tegenaria sp:
anyone know if these are fully communal or just tolerant? ive seen no signs of aggression i put a 2 males in recently hoping atleast one will be gravid as both the males were devoured lol.