I've saved the best for last! For the last post in my photo series, I present you all with my other invertebrate post! This post will be on all my inverts that don't fit into the categories that I have already posted about.
For the fourth and final time in this photo series, let's get started!
Dysdera crocata(Woodlouse Hunter Spider)
|Close-up of the abdomen of an adult D.crocta|
|CLose-up of the leg of an adult D.crocata|
Scytodes thoracica(Spitting Spider)
|Adult female S.thoracica|
|Close-up of the leg of an adult female S.thoracica|
Tigrosa helluo(Wolf Spider)
Scutigera coleoptrata(House Centipede)
Sinnella curviseta(Tropical Pink Springtail)
Mastigoproctus giganteus(Giant Vinegaroon)
One important note that I have from this post is that I've sold my Dysdera crocata, so I technically don't have this species right now, but I figured I'd include pics of them anyway.
So that's it for this photo series, I sincerely hope everyone has enjoyed all the pics that I've shared. But nonetheless, even though the photo series is now over, I still have some exciting, new posts coming up on a few new(and in a couple cases, rare) inverts that I've acquired!
One more time I'll say it, I hope everyone has enjoyed my photo series!
Until we meet again, goodbye from your fellow invert enthusiast, Joshua AKA All About Insects!