Aww Trapdoor slings
I'm losing my mind from cuteness overload here and trying my hardest not to flood the gallery.
Golden Trapdoor spiderlings are my weakness - Euoplos Variabilis
Maybe one day, if they eat all their vitamins, they can grow up to be like the big girl that I got from you last year. She's massive and still going well.
 
Maybe one day, if they eat all their vitamins, they can grow up to be like the big girl that I got from you last year. She's massive and still going well.
Hmm, this is interesting. I ended selling a heap of stuff before we moved, just a guess: Were you the Dave that came to the Mudgeeraba house with your son and you guys knew all the bird calls? Or the Dave that came back like 5 times to buy more and more scorpions?
 
Hmm, this is interesting. I ended selling a heap of stuff before we moved, just a guess: Were you the Dave that came to the Mudgeeraba house with your son and you guys knew all the bird calls? Or the Dave that came back like 5 times to buy more and more scorpions?
No. The Dave in Campbelltown Nsw. You sent me a very large variabilis, a turrificus, ands a Cataxia sp.
 
Oh wow, awesome stuff. Glad to hear she is doing well, I admit they aren't the most exciting spider to keep but for me they are just so darn impressive.
I've got a rehouse coming up with a few soon, good time to get some pics.
How's the Cataxia and E.turrificus doing?
 
My E. variabilis has burrowed next to her container edge so I can see her any time I wish. The E. turrificus has just locked her lid down this week. I wonder if she's about to moult. I wonder if she'll hurl her skin out of her turret like she does her substrate and leftovers spitballs. The Cataxia took a good two months to settle down and burrow herself, again against the container edge, she would not use my manufactured burrow. All are eating well.
 

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