The first spider it's a beautiful species wide spread
throughout the tropics of the world but it's the first
one I found in all these years of research.
Zosis geniculata from the family Uloboridae.
It's about 7 mm in body lenght, 18 mm with legs.
The male it's extremely small, only 2 millimeters.
Next spider it was a big surprise and emotion, other new
discovery, a small member of the family Segestriidae,
probably from the genus Ariadna.
Unfortunately I didn't find any male. This female it was only 8 mm.
The last spider it's the Loxosceles caribbaea from the
family Sicariidae. The female reach 8 mm and the male 6 mm,