Horrid King Assassin Bug


Horrid King Assassin Bug (Psytalla horrida)
1/2", C.B. Babies, $25 each

From Western Africa, Togo, and Cameroon, truly the "King", P. horrida is the largest of the assassin bugs! Red and black with a spikey sheild, and a proboscis that can peirce prey and inject a powerful venom! This being said, they are not overly aggressive. Communal, fun to watch pounce on prey! Easy to keep, get em while I got em!

Malaysian Stoney Huntsman Spider


Malaysian Stoney Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda javana)
1/4", C.B. Babies, $20 each

Awesome huntsman spider in the family Sparassidae! These beauties are similar to H. davidbowie, yet are not as large and more of a light sandy brown with orange highlights! Fast moving, these little guys are pounding down small crickets and fruit flies! Reaching 3" as adults! Cool Huntsman!

Brown Recluse


Brown Recluse Spider (Loxosceles reclusa)
1/4", C.B. Babies, $8 each

The Brown Recluse Spider (L. reclusa), from the family Sicariidae are also commonly known as fiddle-back spiders, and are found in the south and central United States. Dispite the fact that they have notoriously powerful necrotic venom, they are small, and skidish. Very easy to keep, Please take caution. Cool spiders!

Abbot Purseweb Spider


Abbot Purseweb Spider (Sphodros abboti)
3/4", $29 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. abboti, are generally black, or dark, but males can have shimering blue to their abdomens upon maturity. Best kept with a 50/50 sand/peat ratio for substrate. Limited supply, don't wait too long!!

Red-legged Wandering Spider


Red-legged Wandering Spider (Cupiennius coccineus)
1/4", C.B. Babies, $29 each

Beautiful wandering spider from Central America, Cupiennius coccineus, also known as the Red-legged Banana Spider. Bright red underneath their femurs gives this spider it's common name. Fast moving, but not as toxic as wandering spiders in the genus Phoneutria. Reaching 4" as adults, pass them up at your own risk!!

Six-Spotted Fishing Spider


Six-Spotted Fishing Spider (Dolomedes triton)

WC 1" - 2" , $10 each

Beautiful aquatic spider that inhabits the southeastern United States. Dark green-olive in color, with bright white lines running down the sides of the carapace and continueing down the abdomen, along with two rows of white dots covering the abdomen. Feeding on insects, fish, and tadpoles! Fairly large for a true spider with some females exceeding 3" in legspan. If your a "Wolf Spider" enthusiast , you'll like these!!

Malaysian Lichen Huntsman Spider


Malaysian Lichen Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda boiei)
1/4", C.B. Babies, $25 each

Beautiful Malaysian Huntsman spider in the family Sparassidae! Mossy green and huge, very leggy spider! Limited supply, don't snooze on these!

Roly-Poly


Roly-Poly (Armadillidium vulgare)
50 count, Mixed, $20 each

Isopods are beautiful creatures that live in both land and sea. Land isopods are crustaceans, and also known as woodlouse, sow bugs, or roly poly. This perticular species, Roly-Poly (Armadillidium vulgare) is fairly good sized isopod, and can reach 1/2". Armadillidium vulgare can have many color morphs, and this particular color is refered to as "normal". Different shades of gun metal grey, some lighter in color when young. Very Hardy! Set up with moist subtrate with mixed woods, lichen, dry leaves, with some flat stones. With a little research, you'll love raising these!!

Porcellio laevis caramel


Swift Woodlouse (Porcellio laevis "caramel")
1 Doz. Mixed, $29 each

Isopods are beautiful creatures that live in both land and sea. Land isopods are crustaceans, and also known as woodlouse, sow bugs, or roly poly. This perticular species, Swift Woodlouse (Porcellio laevis) is quite large, and can reach 1/2" and larger. P. laevis can have many color morphs, and this particular color is refered to as "caramel". Creamy caramel colored overall, some can be a bit orangish? Very Hardy! Set up with moist subtrate with mixed woods, lichen, dry leaves, with some flat stones. With a little research, you'll love raising these!!

Porcellio laevis dairy cow


Swift Woodlouse (Porcellio laevis "dairy cow")
1 Doz. Mixed, $29 each

Isopods are beautiful creatures that live in both land and sea. Land isopods are crustaceans, and also known as woodlouse, sow bugs, or roly poly. This perticular species, Swift Woodlouse (Porcellio laevis) is quite large, and can reach 1/2" and larger. P. laevis can have many color morphs, and this particular color is refered to as "dairy cow". Creamy yellow and white with blocks of blacks and browns. Very Hardy! Set up with moist subtrate with mixed woods, lichen, dry leaves, with some flat stones. With a little research, you'll love raising these!!

Giant Canyon Isopod


Giant Canyon Isopod (Porcellio dilatatus)
1 Doz. Mixed, $29 each

Isopods are beautiful creatures that live in both land and sea. Land isopods are crustaceans, and also known as woodlouse, sow bugs, or roly poly. This perticular species, Giant Canyon Isopod (Porcellio dilatatus) is quite large, and can reach 3/4" and larger. Brown and grey in color, these have a granulated looking surface. Very Hardy! Set up with moist subtrate with mixed woods, lichen, dry leaves, with some flat stones. With a little research, you'll love raising these!!

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Psuedoscorpion (Chernetidae sp.?)
1/16", $8 each

These awesome little arachnids belong to the family Chernetidae, with over 650 species! Very small, but amazing, these jewels build silken retreats to molt and produce offspring. They are closer related to Solifugae "sun spiders", than scorpions. These guys eat real small stuff like sprimgtails, so be prepare to deliver tiny prey! Pretty cool arachnids!!
Photo Courtesy of Chad Campbell.

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)
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!

Spitting Spider


Spitting Spider (Scytodes longipes)
1.5"+, Adults!, $10 each

These awesome spiders may look dainty, but are stealthy predators! Belonging to the family Scytodidae, commonly known as "spitting spiders" They catch their prey by spitting a fluid that congeals on contact into a venomous and sticky mass. Compared to their size, they can take down prey as large as themselves. Hardy in captivity, very cool arachnid!

Patent Leather Beetle


Patent Leather Beetle (Odonotaenius disjunctus)
1.5", Adults!, $5 each

Patent Leather Beetle (O. disjunctus), also known as the Horned Passalus, are a large type of bess beetle in the family Passalidae! These beetles are found in the woodlands of the Canada and the United States, and feed on rotting woods such as oak and hickory. These make great science class projects, since they can be kept in groups, and are gentle to work with. Nice size beetles, they make a little "squeak" when handled!

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