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The stage at which the spiders are sold is between L3 and L7.
The Regius soroa comes from sunny Cuba and owes its success to its nice appearance. With her big eyes she will follow you as soon as you get close to her stay, curious whether something might come. They are easy to care for and suitable for the novice spider enthusiast.
Adult men are black / white and women orange / red in color. the young soroa is red, the genus will only become visible at a later stage.
Jumping spiders are real hunters. when offering a fly or cricket, she will soon go hunting and catch her prey with a jump. They are active during the day, making them easily visible. At night they sleep in a self-made cocoon or hide under a plant.
Adult regions eat curl flies, house flies, crickets or other small insects. A cricket that is not eaten must be removed from the enclosure, it can disturb or even kill the spider during a shedding or sleep. Be aware of this. The young region eats fruit flies, curl flies or micro crickets. The region can prey on those that are as large as itself. They drink from the spray water, make sure it is fresh and not too cold. De regius kan prooien aan die even groot zijn als hijzelf. Drinken doen ze van het sproeiwater, zorg dat deze vers is en niet te koud.
A spider's stay must be approximately 20x20x20cm with good ventilation. The humidity is around 70% with an ideal temperature of 26-28 degrees. Regular spraying with a short dry period is desirable. You can heat with a light, do not use a heat mat. placing the stay in a light place at room temperature is also possible, which means they can be less active.
Jumping spiders cannot be housed together, due to cannibalism.