P. Regius (orange)
- 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.