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      Her passing could have been that she was egg-bound, had a parasite, or was even an older female that simply passed from old age.

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      Oh okay. Well that's too bad. This morning I was happy to see her I thought maybe it meant she was more comfortable and starting to explore. Is it normal for spiders to become extra active before death?

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      I have seen some behave this way. I never could understand why.

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      Sorry she passed...not your fault just high mortality rates in most spider species...
      T. stirmi 0.3.18, T. apophysis 6.5" 0.1.0
      N. chromatus 0.1.0, N. coloratovillosus 0.2.0
      G. pulchripes 0.1.0, A. geniculata 0.2.0
      P. regalis 0.2.0, Chilobrachy sai yok 0.1.0, Gorgyrella sp. black Africa 0.1.0
      L. parahybana 0.1.0, L. striatipes 0.2.0, L. klugi 0.1.0, Pamphobeteus sp. Santo Domingo 0.1.0
      Acanthogonatus pi ss ii 0.2.0, Acanthogonatus francki 0.2.0, 1-Linothele fallax 0.1.0, A. vilches 0.1.0, Diplura sp. Sanguinea 1/2"

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      Thanks. It sucks she died but I'm thankful I only had her for 2 or 3 weeks and never saw her so I wasn't attached yet.

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      I know it's been a year but this seemed like a good place to inject my question? I apologize if I'm putting it in the wrong spot!

      A co-worker caught this for me at our store. I was also curious about the sp?? I figure a wolf spider of some kind but idk which? Looks a lot like the original star of this thread...
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      I know you can't see the abdomen in this pic but it looks identical to the one submitted by Ann333.

      Also, about 2-3 months ago I found a little juvie wolf spider in my bathroom. I raised him up, he's molted 4 times! And grown into a super sexy little man lol. I was hoping to pair him with the spider pictured above but his abdomen has a diamond-like marking on it, instead of the many little spots on the fanny of the female (like the original star of this thread). They're both native to my home area (SoCal High Desert) but I don't want to breed two different species if it's not a pairing that would occur naturally.

      I'm curious about what others may think?? I'll try to get a pic of the male asap!
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