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Avicularia versicilor egg sac

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by Lionel852, May 19, 2017.

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    If she moulted since you got her and you didn't mate her -- the sack is a dud.
     
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  2. mconnachan

    mconnachan Arachnoprince Active Member

    I wouldn't bin them just yet, incubate them and see what happens with them, it can't hurt to give it a go.............
     
  3. KezyGLA

    KezyGLA Arachnoking Active Member

    I can see your point here. It is always exciting.

    If you have the time and patience and space then go ahead but the outlook is 100% flop.
     
  4. mconnachan

    mconnachan Arachnoprince Active Member

    I am in agreement with you it's just a little learning curve for the future, 100% flop but good practice for the future......
     
  5. CEC

    CEC Arachnolord Arachnosupporter

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    This is what's known as a "phantom sac" many NW arboreals are known for it. Many phantom sacs have eggs, they are just infertile. I have also had this species drop eggless sacs after being paired. So it all depends...

    You could have left it with her, she would eventually eat it or dispose of it where you could easily remove it.
     
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  6. KezyGLA

    KezyGLA Arachnoking Active Member