Advertisement I carried out a mating attempt with P. cambridgei somewhere in January-February 2010. The male was not very responsive and got eaten so I had no real hopes for succes. A few weeks ago I left on a vacancy and returned the day before yesterday. I was positive the female P. cambridgei was going to molt (she had not molted since pairing) and when I got home I found her locked up in her burrow. Wanting to see how she looked in new clothes, naturally I opened the burrow. The surprise came when instead of a molt I found the female with a sac. As I had already stressed the female the only thing I could think of was pulling the sac, which I did. Made an incubator, opened the sac and rolled the eggs on the incubator. Inside I found 112 eggs, of which 7 were clearly infertile so I removed them (they were already dried up). So now the problem is I don't know when the female has laid the sack and whether I pulled it too early or not. Tell me what you think - do the eggs look fertile, cause I have never seen any other egg sacs and have no previous experience on breeding tarantulas. Incubator with eggs: Eggs: Best regards, Tiberiu!