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Spiders anyone?

Post by High Lord Dee on Sat Jan 03, 2015 10:01 pm

So, I thought I would list my current spider collection (T's exclude) with everyone:

True Spiders:
Agelenopsis sp.                       American Grass Spider - Funnel Weaver
Ctenus captiosus                       Florida Wandering Spider
Cupiennius coccineus               Costa Rican Wandering Spider
Dolomedes Okeefenokensis       Giant Swamp Fishing Spider
Dolomedes triton                  Six Spotted Fishing Spider
Eratigena atrica                       Giant House Spider
Gnaphosid sp.                       Ground Spider
Herpyllus ecclesiasticus               Parson's Spider
Hetropoda venatoria               Florida Huntsmen
Hogna carolienis                      Carolina Wolf Spider
Hogna Lenta                      Field Wolf Spider
Homalonychus sp.               American Sand Assassin Spider
Kukulcania hibernalis               Black Hole Spider
Latrodectus bishopi                 Red Widow
Latrodectus geometricus Brown Widow
Latrodectus hesperus            Western Black Widow
Latrodectus mactans           Southern Black Widow
Loxosceles deserta               Desert Recluse
Olios giganteus                       Golden Huntsman
Peucetia viridans                      Green Lynx Spider
Pholcus phalangioides               Cellar Spider
Pimoa sp.                              Pimoa Spider
Scytodes thoracica               Spitting Spider
Sicarious terrosus               Six Eyed Sand Spider
Steatoda grossa                       False Widow
Steatoda triangulosa               Cobweb Spider

Funnel Webs:
Ischnothele caudata               Brazilian Funnel Web
Leptothele megalothelandes       Thailand Funnel Web
Macrothele gigas                       Giant Japanese Funnel Web

Pursewebs:
Sphodros abboti                        Abbot Purseweb Spider

Trapdoors:
Antrodiaetus pacificus               Folding Trap Door
Atropothele socotrana
Gorgyrella sp.                       Red Trap Door
Gorgyrella sp.                       Black Trap Door
Liphistus ornatus
Stasimopis robertsi               Red Trap Door
Stasimopis sp.                       African Black Trap Door


Would love to see what everyone else out there has.  Thanks

HLD
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Re: Spiders anyone?

Post by dermy on Sun Jan 04, 2015 12:31 pm

Holy Smokes I don't have any at the moment but if I find a Water Spider thing [haha everything is a Thing with me when it comes to spiders except the one that I know of Tenegaria domestica [Common House Spider] and Tenegaria gigantica [Giant House Spider] ] Maybe if I find one wondering around here I might keep it.

Update I see you have the one I mentioned Some sort of Fishing Spider.
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Post by High Lord Dee on Sun Jan 04, 2015 3:58 pm

Yeah. The fishing spiders are awesome. VERY aggressive eaters. Fun to watch. I have a bigger enclosure for them as I put in a small bowl of water but doesn't seem like they really need it.
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Post by dermy on Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:02 pm

One day I will keep some other critters but it's too hard at the moment.
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Post by High Lord Dee on Sun Jan 04, 2015 6:49 pm

Yep. Definitely need to be aware of the commitment both time and $$$. But, T's are one of the best low maintenance "pet" out there. True spiders are cheaper but a bit more work.
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