These should be Hippasa sp. right?
They produce a lot of web for being so small .
I Didn't get around to researching the species so any input is good. I paired her with a VERY leggy male that had similar markings in September and she
I've had what I believe to be a d. Tenebrosus I caught at work for about a month now and she (I think it's female) has molted. I can get better pics of
just a couple pics of a Scolopendra laeta E .. both from western australia
Scolopendra laeta E by Nick Volpe, on Flickr
Have a few females needing a male. If anyone is breeding Megaphobema mesomelas, I have a fresh MM that we can work a deal out with. I'm open to all offers
As to the question about your T becoming defensive, that's normal, now why did you put your G,Rosea in a 300 gal tank???, I know you said you like to
Check for the two large eyes Lycosids have. If not present it's probably Agelenidae. If a Lyco, you may have a beast of a time narrowing down the species
When will the winner be announced? I didn't see a date on their site.
Very cool spider.
Good point. Sticky sap leaking out is also a concern.
This video really shows off a nice disposition for a T, probably the best I've seen for this species or any other for that matter I have viewed. I have