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  1. Spider and Invert Pictures
    This is a Wolf Spider I found in the yard a few weeks ago. JaredDavidsonPhotography: Macro photograph of Wolf Spider
  2. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi, I would like a pet non tarantula spider, preferably something terrestrial that hunts it's prey, it should also be able to live in a 12"x8"x8" 2.5 gallon tank I would just catch a wild wolf spider but the ones here are tiny, so if anyone knows of a suitable spider and a website I could buy...
  3. Spiders and Inverts
    if so, what type do you reckon it is? i got it from a lps a while back, its super fast! like a jumping jack, it would be a total nightmare if it escaped during a re-house, i honestly dont think my mind can process information as fast as this thing can shift.
  4. Spiders and Inverts
    Any advice for the wolf spiderlings? They should be hatching here in about a week. I know they will climb onto momma's abdomen until there first molt. I am kind of wanting to keep a couple and raise them from spiderlings? Any advice? Tips? Recomendations? etc?
  5. Spiders and Inverts
    Kinda worried at the moment. My wolf spider has an egg sac and it's only been at most a week, last night I saw what looked like she was cleaning it. This morning when I went to check on her and the egg sac it looks like the egg sac is almost peeling? Kind of confuzzled?
  6. Spiders and Inverts
    Who ever said centipedes are quick, made one of the biggest understatments ever..:lol: Wolf spider with egg sac :) And some ground beetles, anyone have any idea on the spp. of the metallic one ?
  7. Spiders and Inverts
    so the wife has now gotten over the false black widow of this morning and was quite happy sorting stuff in the kitchen as all women do, she finds this in the dog bowl, poor lill fella went for a swim but didnt make it i guess... dog was a lil bemussed by it all... He was kinda big tho dont...
  8. Spiders and Inverts
    Found this in my garden. From all the pictures I've looked at, she (she looks like a she, okay? =p) looks quite like a wolf spider. She's about 2.5 - 3 inches long. Quite aggressive with anything that goes near her, but also flighty. The picture is massive, not quite sure how to change that...
  9. Wildlife
    Mr Wolf Spider, practising his moves Ms Wolf Spider (this female was particularly huge). Rivals! :gasp: (there were loads of males, mostly there seemed to be 2 males mulling around 1 female). Showing off his moves Look at meee! Meeeeee!!! Ooooh hello! :D A bit of touchy...
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