Many of the spiders in this section are seasonal. Also, as they are not popular as "pets", we're not as diligent about updating inventory. Some can be collected in limited numbers in the winter months. Please invest a moment of time to inquire about availability if you need them for a project or research.
|Longjawed Orb Weaver||Pet Tarantula Spider Deco Cube Habitat|
Tetragnatha orbweavers are typically found in their horizontally-oriented orb webs above streams. Seasonally available.
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|Small Orbweaver||Pimoa Spider|
This great classroom Orbweaver builds small webs. (season is ending...ask)
Pimoa sp. resemble Steatoda but are redder with banded legs and interesting abdominal markings.
|Yellow Sac Spider||Wolf Spider|
Wolf spiders grow into comparatively large, bulky spiders.
|Black Hole Spider||Common House Spider|
Kukulcania are large charcoal to black spiders.
|Cross Orbweaver Spider Araneus diadematus||Bold Jumping Spider Phidippus audax|
These build large orb webs. (Seasonally available late spring through fall.)
Black jumping spiders with white or orange markings.
|Phidippus regius||Cellar Spider|
Phidippus regius Regal Jumping Spider are giants among jumpers.
|Scytodes Spitting Spider||American Sand Assassin|
These ensnare their prey like Spiderman, shooting web from the area of their mouths.
|Zebra Jumping Spider||Green Lynx Spider|
Salticus scenicus, striped in black and white. (seasonally available)
Large Peucetia viridans--big, green, bristly and beautiful! Small spiderlings available.
|Hacklemesh Weaver||Golden Huntsman Spider|
Callobius severus is dark red and gray, but younger or spring specimens are usually paler. Spring to Fall.
Olios giganteus makes a great pet. My personal favorite pet spider! 1/2 inch slings.