Spider People..ID?

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  1. crazedACD

    crazedACD Active Member

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    Would anyone be able to tell me what kind of spider this might be?
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    Is it worrisome at all? They've been coming in with the crickets at my store from god knows where..it definitely concerns me!
     
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    Renee750il Felurian

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    It's not a black widow and doesn't look like a brown recluse, so I wouldn't worry :) Let 'em eat the crickets.

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    I think letting them eat the crickets would be a poor business choice... :p
     
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    Oh, right, lol.

    I thought she meant finding their way inside along with the crickets, not shipped in :doh:
     
  5. crazedACD

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    Problem is I found that one next to her egg sac under the cricket tank! :yikes:

    Oh and I'm so not a fan of spiders...so having little baby spider mongrels running around would not make me a happy person.
     
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    But you would have happy crickets?
     
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    The crickets may take care of them for you. I used to have a pet black widow that I bought crickets to feed. Eventually one cricket fought back, killed, and ate her. I named him Fredrick and had a pet cricket after that.
     
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    I'm not help at all... but WHAT IS IT WITH THE SPIDERS ALREADY?

    I'm not a fan. We were sitting on the sofa watching a movie last night and I saw something scurry. That something was a HUGE and I mean HUGE (about the size of the palm of my hand) running around. SO had to catch it and put it outside... far far away.
     
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    Reecluses have no body hair, no stripes on their legs, and have 6 not 8 eyes,,,that is not one so no worries.
     
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    Don't spiders have 8 legs, not 6?

    I obviously know nothing about spiders LOL
     
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    I'm pretty fine with spiders, but the other night one spun down from the top of my head RIGHT in front of my eyeball. It was... startling.

    Just thought I'd share. Don't anything to add re:ID lol.
     

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