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A cloud of L.Hesperus

A brimming glass of spiders indeed.

A cloud of L.Hesperus
NYAN, Apr 8, 2018
    • Dovey
      I love them at this size! Until it's time to open the bin and feed them. Then I hate them at this size! Man, they get everywhere. But the designs on their little abdomens are so beautiful. I wish I could translate that pattern onto a throw pillow.
    • NYAN
      I’m not sure how to go about feeding. I’ll probably drop a prekilled cricket in soon though.
    • RezonantVoid
      @NYAN would pinhead crickets work? I fed all my wolf spider slings (lycosa leuckarti) those and it worked. Completely different spiders but about the same size it looks like, maybe u could shake a heap if you can buy a container of them
    • NYAN
      I actually have pinheaded crickets right now since the females like to lay eggs.
    • RezonantVoid
      @NYAN yea lol, just drop a few adults in an enclosure with damp substrate and you'll end up with a self sustaining habitat xd
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