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Hyllus diardi

Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by Wout, Dec 11, 2018.

  1. Wout

    Wout Arachnopeon

    This weekend I got a surprise. I had two females Hyllus diardi that laid an eggsack. The seller told me they were CB. So the sacks should be infertile. I took the sacks away but kept them just to be sure. This sunday I found this. I just wanted to share this with you. IMG_20181211_173939.jpg
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  2. pannaking22

    pannaking22 Arachnoemperor Active Member

    Weird, I'm wondering if the seller made a mistake then. There isn't any parthenogenesis in salticids that I know of, though I suppose since we just learned about one that produces "milk", so why not?
  3. Aquarimax

    Aquarimax Arachnoangel Active Member

    Congratulations! How many slings did you end up with?
  4. Wout

    Wout Arachnopeon

    Thanks! There still in a nimf stage, so I leave them with te sack and don't touch them. When they get more mobile I will count them. There are two more sacks so I will have my hands full with them.
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  5. Gogyeng

    Gogyeng Arachnoknight Active Member

    Nice sling. How did they fare at the end?
  6. Paula Mcneil

    Paula Mcneil Arachnopeon Active Member

    Hello if you decide to sell any i would love to buy some from you I live Jumping spiders
  7. Wout

    Wout Arachnopeon

    They are doing very well. There adult colors are showing and about sub adult right now. Sold already alot. I am in europe. So if you are in the US that is going to be a problem.
  8. advan

    advan oOOo Staff Member

    These are normally WC from SE Asia and exported. Not many are actually CB.
  9. Stefan2209

    Stefan2209 Arachnolord Old Timer

    Here in Europe the species is since years also regularly available as CB.
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  10. Wout

    Wout Arachnopeon

    The parents were WC. They came in already mated. Im setting up different bloodlines so I can keep the breeding going.
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  11. advan

    advan oOOo Staff Member

    Sorry, was speaking of the US.
  12. Paula Mcneil

    Paula Mcneil Arachnopeon Active Member

    Yes, doubt that would work, well good luck with your babies, hope they all do well
  13. Deb60

    Deb60 Arachnosquire

    These are beautiful Jumping Spiders , I was luck enough to pick a female from a uk breeder at a show very recently.
  14. Paula Mcneil

    Paula Mcneil Arachnopeon Active Member

    Wish i lived in the UK LOL