Phidippus regius Bahamas juvenile
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.