Some little ones.

myrmecophile

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Sorry for the poor photos, founds a good size cluster of these hanging off the back of a home in NE Arkansas today. Any thoughts.




 

Lucashank

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Call me a fool if you'd like, but I think those look like trapdoor spiders.
Ummidia audouini and Ummidia carabivora both reside in Arkansas.
 

Lucashank

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I'm extremely jealous of you if that is the case.
Good luck with raising them, I would be very interested in seeing an update if it is a success.

And nice location name :rofl: I lived in NW Arkansux for about ten years.
 

Lucashank

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I would try Flightless Fruit Flies.
Oh, and if they're still together communally, I would pinch the big legs off of a small cricket. That's how I fed my steatoda slings.
 

myrmecophile

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I was leaning that way myself but it is good to get some confirmation. Yes for the moment they are still communal.
 
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