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PostSubject: K&M Mini Spiders, needing more information...   K&M Mini Spiders, needing more information... EmptySun Jul 29, 2018 8:43 pm



Similarly to what happened with the little dolphins, I also received these pictures from Beatrice, a series of mini spiders and again I ask your precious help to find the exact series they belong and to help me finding their species. Consequently, I will introduce them at Toy Animal Wiki.

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Crab spider

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Arrowshaped Micrathena (Micrathena sagittata)

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Mabel orchard spider

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Tarantula 1

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Spec. 2

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Tarantula 2

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yellow-garden spider Argiope aurantia

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Wolf spider

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I could imagine Blaine knows it :)

I dont nothing about spiders :)

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Most of these are pretty generic. For the IDs that were given, were they marketed as those or are those assumptions by you or Beatrice? For example, the 'wasp spider' was probably intended to be the more familiar A. aurantia (as K&M has made that species before). Likewise, what you are calling a spiny orb weaver is better attributable to the arrowshaped Micrathena (Micrathena sagittata). Species 1 looks like the same sculpt as what you are calling a wolf spider but the mouthparts suggest another tarantula...
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Most of these are pretty generic. For the IDs that were given, were they marketed as those or are those assumptions by you or Beatrice? For example, the 'wasp spider' was probably intended to be the more familiar A. aurantia (as K&M has made that species before). Likewise, what you are calling a spiny orb weaver is better attributable to the arrowshaped Micrathena (Micrathena sagittata). Species 1 looks like the same sculpt as what you are calling a wolf spider but the mouthparts suggest another tarantula...

Thanks Blaine, I am just as Andreas, I don't understand about spiders at all and our hopes are that you could help with them. The same with Beatrice, she was brave enough to try to identify these, so those are her assumptions and it is not known if these were marketed with any identification, we are not even sure about their brand. I updated the topic according with your identifications. I suppose you don't have these, am I right?

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Most of these are pretty generic. For the IDs that were given, were they marketed as those or are those assumptions by you or Beatrice? For example, the 'wasp spider' was probably intended to be the more familiar A. aurantia (as K&M has made that species before). Likewise, what you are calling a spiny orb weaver is better attributable to the arrowshaped Micrathena (Micrathena sagittata). Species 1 looks like the same sculpt as what you are calling a wolf spider but the mouthparts suggest another tarantula...

Thanks Blaine, I am just as Andreas, I don't understand about spiders at all and our hopes are that you could help with them. The same with Beatrice, she was brave enough to try to identify these, so those are her assumptions and it is not known if these were marketed with any identification, we are not even sure about their brand. I updated the topic according with your identifications. I suppose you don't have these, am I right?

No I do not have them. Beatrice and I have talked offline about them (and similar sets) but until now neither of us has had much success. Maybe she got them recently? I have emailed her to inquire about duplicates :-)
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