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!!

Green Lynx Spider


Green Lynx Spider (Peucetia viridans)
1/2", $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!

Malaysian Orange Huntsman Spider


Malaysian Orange Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda davidbowie)
1/4", $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!

Ornamental Wandering Spider
Ornamental Wandering Spider

Ornamental Wandering Spider (Viridasius fasciatus)
1", $29 each

This beautiful spider is endemic to Madagascar, and fasciatus is the only species in the genus Viridasius! Uniformed black and white banding on their long legs! These spiders can "boogie", so don't underestimate their speed! Great feeders, very hardy! Hatched in the U.S. by Josh Fawkes! Limited supply, get em quick!!
Photos Courtesy of Josh Fawkes.

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!!

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!!

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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