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wolf spider

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    Hogna Carolinensis enjoying a snack
  2. sosippus californicus

    sosippus californicus

    sosippinae is a subfamily of Lycosidae known as 'Funnel-wolves', of which behave similarly to agelenidae. Spiderlings of sosippus truly hunt cooperatively to tackle larger prey, as prey falls into the web, the spiderlings will quickly swarm all over it and subdue it.
  3. hogna carolinensis

    hogna carolinensis

    peek-a-boo!
  4. Hogna Antelucana

    Hogna Antelucana

    mature male. the species epithet 'antelucana' means 'most active at dawn or dusk'- referring to antelucana's crepuscular behavior.
  5. "Hogna" antelucana from AZ

    "Hogna" antelucana from AZ

    I'm still uncertain about this species. I dont think these are hogna, but might actually belong to schizocosa, instead. mature male
  6. Hogna coloradensis from AZ

    Hogna coloradensis from AZ

    This population has different coloration than the specimens i collect in california. a blue tinge is present on the legs. it's definitely related to coloradensis and might be
  7. Sosippus californicus

    Sosippus californicus

    Funnel wolf spiders are advanced lycosidae that behave like grass spiders or diplurids. Their young hunt cooperatively and swarm prey on the mother's sheet web. Potentially communal.
  8. Blue earth wolf slings

    Blue earth wolf slings

    Cute lil babies. cannot be fed melanogaster. they require true flightless fruitflies (D. hydei). once past the first couple of instars they will accept baby red runners
  9. Blue earth wolf with babies

    Blue earth wolf with babies

    Geolycosa gosoga
  10. hogna carolinensis i4 sling

    hogna carolinensis i4 sling

    you can tell which ones will grow huge- this 4i sling is already an inch almost.
  11. Hogna carolinensis 'tucson'

    Hogna carolinensis 'tucson'

    yet another 200 mouths to feed lol
  12. Schizocosa maxima

    Schizocosa maxima

    white coxa form
  13. geolycosa gosoga

    geolycosa gosoga

    mature male
  14. Geolycosa gosoga turret

    Geolycosa gosoga turret

    once they settle in like this theyre alot easier to feed.
  15. geolycosa gosoga

    geolycosa gosoga

    to make geolycosa happy you must create a sand and clay mixture and carefully saturate it. adequate ventilation at ground-level is important. it's best to add them whilst the clay is still moist- it assists them in sculpting their turret.
  16. Schizocosa maxima 'Giant schizocoa'

    Schizocosa maxima 'Giant schizocoa'

    A large and beautiful species, S. maxima, th resembles S. mccooki in patterning, but grows much larger- approx. the same size as H. carolinensis
  17. DreadedNeith

    Tigrosa aspersa

    So I was camping this weekend with some family and I got a Tigrosa aspersa (Tiger Wolf spider). I rescued it from my uncle. He hates spiders and almost smashed this one. I put it in a container and brought it home and set it up with an enclosure. Sure is a pretty looking wolf spider.
  18. Supposed yellow sac spider pt. 2

    Supposed yellow sac spider pt. 2

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