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Juvenile unsexed. 

The calm, oval eyed Phidippus Texanus makes a good beginner species. They prefer a more arid environment.  

Easy to care for and can be easily handled. They are not as large as p. Regius. However their calm demeanor makes up for it. 

   Pictures are examples of adults. 

Apalachicola variant of phidippus regius are known for their large size.  Maybe this is owed to their large appetite. Not all Apalachicola variant are large but in general. Alot of males and females are known to have a banded carapace or "white cheeks" as some may also call it. 

Picture are examples only. These gals are large sized and in sub-adult stage. 

Sling= still eating fruit flies. The first few molts. 

Juvenile = transition to flies or small crickets. No longer eating Hydei or melanogaster. Easily to identify males or females in p regal.  

Sub-adult = the 2nd to last molt before becoming sexualy mature. 

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Hyllus diardi juvenile-subadult

US$59.95 US$49.95
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Hyllus diardi juvenile-subadult

US$59.95 US$49.95
  1. THESE ARE NOT A BEGINNER SPECIES!!! 

We combine shipping! So you only pay one shipping once. 

Specify gender preferences 

Please do your research about this species before purchasing. This is a subtropical species and they require a lot more care than typical phidippus jumpers. Please do not cut corners with heat and humidity. I don't care if you live in Florida where it's warm and humid. Unless your house is 80°+ and stays this way. 

Captive born 

Most are sub adult phase.

 Your spider will come with a small misting bottle and a care sheet. Please read the enclosure recommendations for hyllus diardi under Pages. 

Purchase at your own risk. This is an advanced species! Prior to shipping out any spider, we make sure that it meets our quality standards of health. However, sometimes situations arise. So please ask questions if you have any. 

Please read our enclosure requirements for this species. I

Please be advised they need heat and humidity. They are used to being around 84°F and 60-70% humidity. 

Now... the good stuff. This species is one of our favorites. They're very inquisitive and seem to be equally interested in us as we are with them. They're very social and typically seem to enjoy exploring their human. They are not typically very shy. They seem to be a bit more intelligent than phidippus. They typically don't make hammocks unless they are molting or laying eggs.  

 

  1. Shipping is only on Tuesdays only.
  2. Please read enclosure recommendations 
  3. Pets only! No Breeding! Why? We have a system worked out with other breeders to ensure that we're only breeding healthy adults that aren't related. 

Pictures are examples only. 

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Phidippus otiosus

US$44.95
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Phidippus otiosus

US$44.95

P. Otiosus AKA the canopy jumper. 

Native to Florida and other states in the southeastern part of the country. They are part of the otiosus sub family. Otiosis group includes Phidippus regius, Phidippus californicus, and Phidippus pius. They are known to mate with p. Regius in the wild. This practice is highly discouraged in the hobby. 

 They are currently sub-adult- Adult and eating blue bottle flies, banded crickets, and the occasional waxworm. 

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Hyllus diardi adult

US$55.95 US$45.95
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Hyllus diardi adult

US$55.95 US$45.95

This is an ADVANCED species that is not recommended for newbie spiders parents. Also, please don't purchase if you're not willing to provide appropriate enclosure, heat(including controller/thermostat) light and humidity. This is a SUBTROPICAL species. Found near the equator. Temperatures of 80° are preferred. Humidity at 60-70% please see my enclosure recommendations. I will not refund or replace because you didn't provide adequate housing 

This batch is from the communal kept colony or we have lost data on them and can't verify age, breeding status because they were kept in large communal tanks. 

This is why they're marked down. 

Please note we stand by what we sell and if your spider does not meet our standards we will not ship. 

Photos are examples only! 

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P. Regius (orange)

US$39.95
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P. Regius (orange)

US$39.95
  1. Juveniles From the everglades area. Females sometimes have teal chelicerae color instead of the magenta.  Magenta is also commonly seen. Males sometimes have a golden-green as opposed the typical teal color. They're eating larger wax worms or similar size of prey. Picture are examples only 

They're juvenile adult phase and very healthy good eaters.  Eating 1/4 banded crickets. 

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Hyllus diardi juvenile-subadult

US$59.95 US$49.95
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Hyllus diardi juvenile-subadult

US$59.95 US$49.95
  1. THESE ARE NOT A BEGINNER SPECIES!!! 

We combine shipping! So you only pay one shipping once. 

Specify gender preferences 

Please do your research about this species before purchasing. This is a subtropical species and they require a lot more care than typical phidippus jumpers. Please do not cut corners with heat and humidity. I don't care if you live in Florida where it's warm and humid. Unless your house is 80°+ and stays this way. 

Captive born 

Most are sub adult phase.

 Your spider will come with a small misting bottle and a care sheet. Please read the enclosure recommendations for hyllus diardi under Pages. 

Purchase at your own risk. This is an advanced species! Prior to shipping out any spider, we make sure that it meets our quality standards of health. However, sometimes situations arise. So please ask questions if you have any. 

Please read our enclosure requirements for this species. I

Please be advised they need heat and humidity. They are used to being around 84°F and 60-70% humidity. 

Now... the good stuff. This species is one of our favorites. They're very inquisitive and seem to be equally interested in us as we are with them. They're very social and typically seem to enjoy exploring their human. They are not typically very shy. They seem to be a bit more intelligent than phidippus. They typically don't make hammocks unless they are molting or laying eggs.  

 

  1. Shipping is only on Tuesdays only.
  2. Please read enclosure recommendations 
  3. Pets only! No Breeding! Why? We have a system worked out with other breeders to ensure that we're only breeding healthy adults that aren't related. 

Pictures are examples only. 

Unsexed phidippus juveniles. They are black and white so it's very difficult to sex them at this stage! They are about the size of a housefly right now or larger 

They are eating very small crickets. 

THE PIC OF THE ADULTS FEMALE AND MALE IS AN EXAMPLE!! 

They're the parents and not for adoption 

Males tend to have a banded carapace (white cheeks) similar to P. Otiosus. Females of this variation can sometimes be white.