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Barylestis variatus Eggsac #2

After her first sac, I fed her until she was super fat. Then she went into hiding behind one of her leaning driftwood for 2 days. This picture was taken on the 3rd day and I'm not too surprised honestly. I didn't want to disturb her too much, so that explains the low quality pic.

Barylestis variatus Eggsac #2
Liquifin, Aug 8, 2019
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    • Paul1126
      I thought the wood was the sac for a second
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    • Androxian
      Such a proud mama. What is the common name for this species? It looks like a wolf spider but I know that Barylestis isn't the genus listed here.
    • Liquifin
      @Androxian I don't think there's a common name for this species. It's not a wolf spider, it's a huntsman spider. Not really beginner friendly and babies are very fragile for this species. Not to mention how many escapes I already had feeding this species in general. But a great huntsman spider nonetheless for their size.
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    1.7 MB
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    iPhone 5
    Date / Time:
    2019:08:07 09:06:26
    Exposure Time:
    1/176 sec
    ISO Speed Rating:
    ISO 50
    Focal Length:
    4.12 mm

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