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Giant bark jumping spider (Servaea incana) captive-bred juveniles
Stripy legs, well camouflaged, active and inquisitive!
This species of jumping spider is found under the bark of eucalyptus trees in southern Australia. They grow up to 16mm in body length and build silken retreats underneath bark.
They are very active and inquisitive, and hardy in captivity. Despite their intimidating size, these are a timid species and can be handled safely if respect is given, like handling all spiders.
Females and males are basically identical with males being slightly shaggier and more grey in colouration.
This jumper should be fed baby/x-small crickets – no bigger than the spider’s body size. At the moment they are feeding on baby crickets and fruit flies.
Enclosure should have bark hide available as this is their favourite hang-out place. We recommend the “Mini Bug Box with jumper kit”
Sold as unsexed juveniles.
Watch our video setting up the Mini Bug Box with a Giant Bark Jumping Spider : https://youtu.be/eXQrr9d5-gw
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