Genus Hapalopus

Shell

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I give mine a bit of substrate as well, and they just seem to dig a bit of a hole. I wouldn't call it a burrow, just sort of an indent along the side of the dirt. Most of the time they are out.
Mine does the same thing, it's always out in the open with just a little indent of a burrow type thing. Lots of webbing though.
 

Obli

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Hapalopus sp. Columbia "big"









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Hapalopus triseriatus "lowland"



 

Shell

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Thank you, Tomku! : )

Egg-sack after 2,5 weeks!

They're fast with the egg sacs aren't they?! I would have to go back in my records to know the exact length of time, but my female was also only a few weeks between pairing (only one pairing too), and egg sac. :) Good luck.
 

Obli

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It's triseriatus or "lowland". (don't know if you name only sp. Columbia as 'pumpkin patch')
 

Anubis77

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Thread should continue now that they're so common.

Female Hapalopus sp. "Colombia large"







 

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IMG_2661.JPG Well it's been a while, so I will add a pic of my tiny Hapalopus sp. "Columbia" small. I assume it is. Was labeled as "Dwarf Pumkin Patch". Here it is feeding on a Elliptorhina javanica nymph. It took 24 hours for her to finish it.
 

ResinBomb

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Hap. Columbia Lrg.
Mine finally buried itself for promotion. Looking a little chubby.
 

Delbert McClintock

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I just received one of these in the mail today. The little feller already took down a pinhead Cricket. This little Hapalopus bolted as soon as I took it out of its vial, so I took the picture before housing it.
 

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