Redlegged Purseweb Spider


Redlegged Purseweb Spider (Sphodros rufipes)
1/8", $20 each

These awesome spiders belong to the infraorder Mygalomorphs?(tarantulas, trapdoor spiders, and purseweb spiders). Equiped with large chelicerae and fangs designed for pierceing unexpecting prey through a tubular web they build at the base of trees. Females of S. rufipes, are generally black, or dark, but males will have bright red legs upon maturity. Best kept with a 50/50 sand/peat ratio for substrate. Be prepared to feed very small prey such as pinhead crickets, and fruit flies. Limited supply, don't wait too long!!

Ornate Harvestmen


Ornate Harvestmen (Vonones ornata)
1", $8 each

Strange and gentle, these arachnids are in the order of Opiliones. These arthropods may resemble spiders, but their closest relatives may be the mites (Acari) or the Novogenuata (the Scorpiones, Pseudoscorpiones, and Solifugae). Harvestmen are harmless, and lack venom. They feed upon small insects and plant material and fungi. Goldfish food flakes are accepted along with cricket parts. One thing that is neat about V. ornata is that they will glow under a blacklight! Very cool, Get em while I got em!

Green Lynx Spider


Green Lynx Spider (Peucetia viridans)
1/4", CB Babies, $8 each

This strange and beautiful species lives among the tops of low bushes and vegetation in await of prey. It's green camouflage helps in it's efforts of ambush. These are easy to raise, and reach 2"+ in legspan! Weird and cool!

Southern Black Widow


Southern Black Widow (Latrodectus mactans)
1/2" - 3/4", CB Babies, $10 each

This beautiful spider is shiney jet black with a red hour-glass marking on the underneath of it's abdomen, and one red dot on the lower dorsal side. Well known for it's extreamely potent venom, and in some cases, bites can prove to be fatal. Extreame caution is strongly advised!!

Blue Death Feigning Beetle


Blue Death Feigning Beetle (Asbolus verrucosus)
1", $20 each

These beautiful beetles from the southwestern U.S., are a demin blue in coloration! They secrete a wax-like substance that protects them from the sun, and gives them their blue color. When they feel threatened, they stop moving, and feign death. Being omnivorous, they feed on various vegetation such as apples, carrots, sweet potatoes,etc. but also grains and carion. Keep on the drier side. Easy to keep and have been known to live up to 10 years! These are so cool!

Giant Vinegaroon


Giant Vinegaroon (Mastigoproctus giganteus)
2" - 3", $35 each

Giant Vinegaroons are fantastic alien looking creatures. From the southwestern U.S., these oddities stay hidden most of the time, and emerge at night, or after rainfall. Easy to keep, and can reach 4" as adults! Limited supply! Awesome arachnid!

Malaysian Orange Huntsman Spider


Malaysian Orange Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda davidbowie)
1/2", $25 each

These beasts are classic! Bright orange overall, with black markings outlining the chelicerae, and on pedipalps! Named after recently died music icon David Bowie. Fairly easy to keep, but do be aware of this spiders speed, as they can be very fast! Hardy feeders, on fruit fies and small crickets! Reaching 4" in legspan as adults! Jump on these folks!

Spitting Spider


Spitting Spider (Scytodes longipes)

1.5"+, Adults!, $10 each

Dainty in build, this slow moving spider immobilizes its prey by spitting a mixture of silk, glue, and venom onto it. Scytodes longipes has a dome-shaped carapace and dark spots and stripes on its body and legs. Commonly mistaken for L. reclusa (Brown Recluse), Don't pass up these cool true spiders!!

Patent Leather Beetle


Patent Leather Beetle  (Odonotaenius disjunctus)

1.5" $5 each

The Patent Leather Beetle, also called Bess Beetle, is a native to the U.S. They are large, shiny black beetles that make a neat sound when disturbed. Neat creatures!


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