Advertisement https://imgur.com/gallery/7csxmFj I figured lead with pictures, they all arrived alive! The first bottle I pulled out was labeled P. sazimai so I freaked out a little only to find it empty, but it was larger than the other bottles. The next one I pulled was a B. albo freebie, holy hell was it small, I instantly realized why there was a larger bottle lol. The GBB is much bigger than I anticipated which I don’t mind at all, seriously its gorgeous!! The E. rufescens is gorgeous too, the green abdomen and bronze carapace with the rear red legs, just soo cool, so underrated imo. The Brachy’s kind of look the same at this point lol. All of the rehouse went smooth as butter, couldn’t of been better really. The only guy to give me any grief was the A. seemani, he didn’t want to leave his paper towel, so I gave him a little but bump and he gave me the cutest little threat pose before diving onto one of the fake leave and hiding under it. I’m over the moon guys, seriously blow away by them and it’s literally only been like 2 hours. I’ll probabkg try and feed them after I eat dinner myself and I’ll hopefully snag a few more pics. As far as them digging burrows and what not, that’s fine and expected on my part. As long as they’re healthy they can be my pet holes as long as it takes for them to get nice and big. It’s a marathon not a sprint right. Plus I have an affinity for fossorial, hence the interest in the baboons.