Advertisement Might as well make a thread for all these 'pedes. S. hainanum- not sure who, actually. Could be Megaera before she egged up. Tisiphone eating kiwi. She's lost interest in fruit now. She is always sitting around, never active or moving, but she rarely hides. Alecto and her kids! She's been a caring mother, and even though she was skinny when she laid eggs and didn't eat for almost three months, she has never attacked her young. Megaera is just as doting but twitchier, so I don't have any pictures of her. Mutilans eating some kiwi. I have three of these left of a group of six after a strange illness. I attribute it to these being inbred in farms in China; the red-legs are prized as traditional medicine there. I hope these last few survive. They molted communally without problems. The three's personalities range from nervous to defensive to very docile. The latter is a sweet little thing; you can gently pick her up with forceps and she doesn't struggle. She doesn't show mercy to crickets though. Langoustine is not the most personable critter. It is nervous and meek, but I still love it. Previously misidentifying it as morsitans, I think this is a S. multidens form; similar pictures from China list it as "S. multidens Chinese Brownback". It regrew a leg after the molt: It's got funky molt colors. I'm a little worried about it as after it molted and hardened, it refused food and is burrowed deep. I've dug it up once but it didn't eat and it burrowed back down. Perhaps it is hibernating because of the cold, but I wish it had a full stomach to do so. Should I get a heat mat for this one or put it near a radiator?