This little jumping spider was trying to figure out what my ring was!
AS: ah i love how curious jumping spiders are! what a cutie!
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This little jumping spider was trying to figure out what my ring was!

AS: ah i love how curious jumping spiders are! what a cutie!

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Relocating mama Wolf Spider to the OUTside of the house.
AS: this may be a male, the ends of it’s pedipalps look pretty round which indicate mating claspers, either way what a cutie!
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Relocating mama Wolf Spider to the OUTside of the house.

AS: this may be a male, the ends of it’s pedipalps look pretty round which indicate mating claspers, either way what a cutie!

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This little guy has been patrolling my room the past few nights. He’s about an inch big. I live in Eastern Missouri.
I’m sorry the picture quality isn’t very good, but do you think you might be able to ID him for me?
AS: that is an Easter Parson’s spider Herpyllus ecclesiasticus 
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This little guy has been patrolling my room the past few nights. He’s about an inch big. I live in Eastern Missouri.

I’m sorry the picture quality isn’t very good, but do you think you might be able to ID him for me?

AS: that is an Easter Parson’s spider Herpyllus ecclesiasticus 

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River Rust Rump is beautiful.
AS: wow what a beauty! and so plump :)
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River Rust Rump is beautiful.

AS: wow what a beauty! and so plump :)

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found this guy in my friends garage last fall !!!
AS: very nice! thats a good sized wolf spider!
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found this guy in my friends garage last fall !!!

AS: very nice! thats a good sized wolf spider!

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I found this female wolf spider in southern california, one of the largest I’ve seen.

AS: that is a big one! look at all her babies!

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Can you identify this spider for me? He was crawling around my grandma’s house. Thanks!
AS: that is a male Sac Spider - Cheiracanthium mildei :)
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Can you identify this spider for me? He was crawling around my grandma’s house. Thanks!

AS: that is a male Sac Spider - Cheiracanthium mildei :)

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Can you identify this one?

AS: yes it’s an English cross spider Araneus diadematus :) 

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This is Bean. She is a Regal Jumping Spider (Phidippus regius). I’ve had her since she was very wee. She amazes me every single day with her quirkiness and curiosity. I happen to think she’s the cutest spider on the planet… but I’m a tad biased. I can’t stop taking photos of her though… that face!!!
AS: SO CUTE!
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This is Bean. She is a Regal Jumping Spider (Phidippus regius). I’ve had her since she was very wee. She amazes me every single day with her quirkiness and curiosity. I happen to think she’s the cutest spider on the planet… but I’m a tad biased. I can’t stop taking photos of her though… that face!!!

AS: SO CUTE!

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So I bought this tarantula sling but I’m horrible at remembering names and I can’t remember what species it is. I know it’s a birdeater of some sort, but whenever I google different species of birdeaters all I get are results for Goliath birdeaters. Any ideas? Thanks :)
AS: actually that looks more like a greenbottle blue tarantula, in terms of coloration and patterning. The pattern also resembles a brazilian pink bird eating tarantula, if it looses the pattern on it’s abdomen when it gets older than it’s that, the blue suggests to me that it is a greenbottle or maybe a Pamphobeteus nigricolor but spiderlings can look vastly different from an adult, hope that helps!
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So I bought this tarantula sling but I’m horrible at remembering names and I can’t remember what species it is. I know it’s a birdeater of some sort, but whenever I google different species of birdeaters all I get are results for Goliath birdeaters. Any ideas? Thanks :)

AS: actually that looks more like a greenbottle blue tarantula, in terms of coloration and patterning. The pattern also resembles a brazilian pink bird eating tarantula, if it looses the pattern on it’s abdomen when it gets older than it’s that, the blue suggests to me that it is a greenbottle or maybe a Pamphobeteus nigricolor but spiderlings can look vastly different from an adult, hope that helps!

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