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Is this a huntsman sling

Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by APP0L0, Apr 17, 2019.

  1. APP0L0

    APP0L0 Arachnopeon

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    Hey guys this was given as a freebie as a huntsman sling but I'm unsure and what is that sack under it it been very protective over it as of last night it was fat now not so much 20190417_073352.jpg 20190417_073316.jpg
     

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  2. pannaking22

    pannaking22 Arachnoemperor Active Member

    Looks like a crab spider with an eggsac
     
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  3. Andrea82

    Andrea82 Arachnoking Active Member

    And a severely mangled and dehydrated one at that :eek:
     
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  4. NYAN

    NYAN Arachnoprince Active Member

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    Whoever said that was a huntsman sling needs to do a bit of reading. Typically slings don’t lay eggs, and as soneone said that’s a thomsid.
     
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  5. APP0L0

    APP0L0 Arachnopeon

    It was fat last night and I wake up this morn and it like this hovering its little sack
     
  6. APP0L0

    APP0L0 Arachnopeon

    Right I know a sling wouldnt that's why I want an I.d.
     
  7. ChaosSphere

    ChaosSphere Arachnopeon

    It needs water ASAP my dude!
    I'd set it up in an aborreal style enclousure with a fake plant with leaves big enough for it to sit on :)
     
  8. APP0L0

    APP0L0 Arachnopeon

    This is what it looked like as of yesterday morning
     

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  9. ChaosSphere

    ChaosSphere Arachnopeon

    Looks good to me, what about the sac?
     
  10. Andrea82

    Andrea82 Arachnoking Active Member

    Ah, of course, that explains the deflated look of her abdomen :hilarious:

    Are you ready for a lot of tiny ones? I have no idea how tiny they will be, but unless you want your house full of Thomsids you may want to check your ventilation holes.