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PostSubject: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Mon 26 Mar - 3:20

I got myself 2 tiny spiderlings of pancorius magnus, Small species of jumping spider originating from India, Nepal, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam. Adult spiders reach a maximum size of about 12mm (0.47 ") At the moment these little critters are about 3mm (0.12 ")
They are very curious and since they're agile jumpers they don't hesitate to jump up a finger to have a look around.
Very fun animals to keep and observe, I think...






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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Tue 27 Mar - 0:32

nice mate
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Tue 27 Mar - 2:03

Clever looking ones(;

I do keep quite freshly, Hyllus diadema jumpers.
Unfortunaly i dont have camera.

But i must agree with you that these are also most individually and clearly "head full on thoughts" as kind on tiny mammals.

Hard to belive, if anybody hasnt any experience with these.
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Thu 29 Mar - 16:54

They seem to be intelligent indeed and almost mammal-like indeed Toni. If you haven't seen them it's hard to believe. I'm actually affraid of spiders (but love them to), but these cute little fellows don't scare me at all...
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Thu 29 Mar - 17:22

What do you feed these guys? I would think even pinhead crickets are too big for them, but spiders arent really scared of taking down prey that are much larger than they are.
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Thu 29 Mar - 19:28

Very nice spiders!
Especially jumping spiders seems to handle very large prey items with ease so I dont think feeding them are a problem
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Fri 30 Mar - 4:38

I feed them little fruit flies... Those are about the same size as the spiders. I'm not home at the moment, but tomorrow I'll upload a new picture of one of them feeding.
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Fri 30 Mar - 16:07

As promised; the feeding picture, but before that first a picture of how small these little critters are...

Here's one of them inspecting my finger. He's sitting at the finger joint of my right index finger...



And here's the feeding picture.

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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Fri 30 Mar - 16:35

Smaller then I thought! Great pictures!
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Fri 30 Mar - 20:49

Those are so tiny! Awesome little spiders. Great photos as well!
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Fri 30 Mar - 21:24

I've always liked jumping spiders. Too bad that they are so little...
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Fri 30 Mar - 21:28

I don't mind their lack of size... And these are still just youngsters, and they should grow quite fast...
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Sat 31 Mar - 1:02

How big do they get?
super pics Udo!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Sat 31 Mar - 1:56

They get a maximum size of about 12mm Mats...
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Sat 31 Mar - 4:46

Two pictures tells more than two thousand words(:
Impressive!
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Wed 18 Apr - 4:55

I love this kind of spider it is fascinating to observe and maintain.
Congratulations..
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PostSubject: Re: Jumping spiders from Hamm   Wed 18 Apr - 17:11

I love the jumpers to and specially fell in love with the "peacock jumping spiders", Maratus volans, but those are not kept in captivity for as far as I know. They are native to the south-east of Australia and since it's nearly impossible to get animals from there, I'm afraid I will never see them in real life.
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