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I used to breed Phidippus audax, or the Bold Jumping Spider. I fed the adults small crickets, houseflies, small roaches.

The babies were very, very small however, and I had to feed them aphids and fruit flies, so it was a little bit of a hassle. Also, many

species of spider are similar to mantids in that once they reach a certain size, they need to be separated so that they don't eat each

other. This can be annoying if you've got hundreds of babies!

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