i dont think that spider is a Wolf Spider cause the pictures dont look similar, and most of these wolf spiders are small, this spider loves heat and dont bite my dad while he was holding him, he just stayed on his hand and didnt move, we threw little peace of fresh meat in the little container and i dont know if he's eating it but he is just laying with his mouth on the meat and not moving, i live in israel and any information about this spider will help
>>2009749 Not sure, but it might be a giant house spider(which is about the biggest bro you can have in your home), although its legs look a bit too thick for that.
I was about to say tarantula wolf spider(which is a actually the original tarantula; tarantula spiders got their name from this wolf spider), but I doubt you have them in Israel, although they are supposedly common in southern Europe.
Try to get a better pic, and it will be easier to tell.
>>2009630 dig hole at its deepest ~5' deep. Buy high quality pond liner so you don't ever have to replace it. Fill with hose water, throw some potted marginals in and let nature take its course. Since you are so far north, you have to dig deep otherwise the whole thing will freeze solid in the winter.
Alright guys I hate to make my own thread about this but it's kind of an emergency and I can't find anything about it online.
I just made a new enclosure for my Pacman frog last night, I bought some organic unfertilized potting soil from Lowe's as substrate, along with some sphagnum moss I've had for a while. When I put the frog in there last night, she buried herself in the dirt, as they do. Today, I dug her out and placed her in her water dish in an attempt to maybe make her defecate, as she had a pinkie mouse a few days ago. When I put her in, after... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I drove from Crescent City CA to San Fransisco and I ended-up being later and dicks because I couldn't keep myself from stopping to look at the redwüds every opportunity I had. I spent the whole day wandering around redwüd groves in awe. By the time I was on the PCH, starving and running out of gas, everything out there was closed. I almost died. Got into San Fran at like 10pm, starving.
I think everyone should see the redwoods at least once in their lives. Thousands of years old, only found in California and a little bit of Oregon, and the largest trees in the world. OP's pic I'm pretty sure is Hyperion, the world's tallest tree. Pic related is General Sherman, the world's largest tree. The costal redwoods are the tall ones and are found along the coast, and the giant sequoias and the wide ones and are found more inland towards the Sierra Nevadas. See both if you can! Definitely my favorite trees of all time.
>>2009030 Speaking of tarantula in terms of Theraphosidae: Avicularinae and Stromatopelminae have laterally enlarged tarsi (not in terms of cuticula, but lateral pads of setae) that might actually be used when gliding, just as it is known for Selenopidae. Apart from that, their size and weight prevent them from gliding as elegantly as observed in Selenopidae (you know the video on youtube I guess).
Speaking in terms of tarantula as Mygalomorphae in general: Because only few live on trees and a ground dwelling spider doesn't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2009036 also no problem, but I can only talk about things I researched my own or read about.. also only on the families at which certain research has been done. So my ansers certainly do not cover ALL Araneae, but only those for which a certain feature is known.
Alright /an/ I'm not here to stay (hail from /k/) but is there a certain time you can keep wasps frozen with-out killing them? I need to know because I have a couple of undesirable nests and I don't want to let the little red fuckers go to waste. Is freezing the entire nest the best way of passivized them for long periods (at most 4 days) or is there a better way that will keep them alive and passivized for longer?
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