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Kymura

The male (I think)

This one was in a mess, had odd fuzz stuck all over it, just stayed huddled. Cleaned it off, fed/watered it. Drank forever then pounced it's cricket lol

The male (I think)
Kymura, Nov 1, 2015
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    • Tuskedwings
      Hmmm that's not a tarantula :/ still tho nice of you to help it out
    • Kymura
      @Tuskedwings just a little wolf spider, but I like them too ^^
    • Adraps11
      That's a Rabid Wolf Spider (Rabidosa Rabida) They are very common where I live. I've kept a few females as pets.
    • Kymura
      @Adraps11 yes, absolutely is, we generally let a few winter with us and I turn them loose in the spring ^^
    • Adraps11
      They are a lot like miniature Tarantulas, I'd love to see a fully grown Carolina Wolf Spider in person. Whenever we see these guys roaming around the house I always catch them then release them outside. If I see a wasp I run away. lol I can let giant spiders crawl on me, but throw in the towel whenever I see wasps. I actually have a phobia of wasps in particular.
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