Genus Plesiophrictus

moricollins

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@ Laura: It is a dwarf species, I believe in the size range of Cyriocosmus elegans.

@ Lelle: Nope, different species (Or I was told as much anyways) had they been the same species I would have included both sets of pictures into this thread ;).

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nice one man.id love to see a pic of an adult if theres any floating around
 

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Hi,

I have 8 of these at home. Around 0,5-0,8cm legspan. I didn't even know they are dwarf, but It makes them cooler! ;) They are from Goa, India as I know, and as adults they are black. They like to web a lot, and are ferocious hunters. :D I will keep them all!
PS: I iwll upload the picture of an adult soon.
 

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Nice picture Eric, just rehoused some of my 7, here are pictures:









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You guys make me want to go like this :wall: :wall:

Great job with these new species! Keep up the good work!:clap:

-Sean
 

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Plesiophrictus sp. with eggsac. The eggsac would fit inside a dime.



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congrats Eric!good luck with those little micro slings hehe
 

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A 3rd instar spiderling from my eggsac... they're all still living together... at 2nd instar they were smaller than C. elegans IMO!



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