Hello again everyone
This "guy" was hanging on the wall in a bedroom.
I have been looking a little around to find out what it is.
I'm not sure think its a Chaetopelma Gracile.
Anybody intresting in confirming?
The picture isn't that great but i was not "allowed" to open the box to take photos where i am at the moment he he.
The little "guy" is aggressive and looks painful to be bitten by those fangs.
I will upload a greater photo later when i get home.
Hello Again folks!
Haven't got any good picture of my little friend yet..
BUT... i have actually captured 3 of these spiders in just about 1 week.
I think its the season for them now.
I have taken some pictures, and did a couple of videos.
Since i found these, i started thinking about making myself a terrarium.
so i can keep spiders, lizards until i have identified them
I love to take photos, and i have always been inspired to know more about insects and animals.
Well. first i found the one that i posted here earlier, then i came across another one. the same, just a little bigger.
Then same night, another one was running across the floor in our living room, so i ran into the kitchen to get another box.
this one was ( i think ) the same species, but its darker in color.
With my knowledge about spiders ( which isn't that great, definitely not great compared to you guys. ) i thought that the darker one was a Male, and the others was female. Not just because of the color, but also because of the size. The Brown are bigger, and i have seen that this is very common with insects.
so well.. that's my wild guessing anyway.
It all ended up with me putting them all into the same box, which made the two brown once go mad at each other.
But everything went good. all 3 of them are now living in harmony until i have made my terrarium ready.
Here are two videos of the spiders when they first met. ( checking each other out )
and a picture of all of them after a little while when they settled down.
I will do some Nice CloseUps On them as soon as possible.Hope you all have a nice weekend.