Eh?
So, I mated my pair of B. Albo (Nicaragua) recently and I adopted this one (wild caught) a week ago....

Surprise! Lol
I am amazed at how often this happens...at least this time its with someone who knows what to do....usually its someone with their first ever t.

grats my dear
 
@cold blood I know:anxious: and for a first egg sac / breeding attempt I really don’t recommend starting with this species lollllll
A loooot of babies to deal with hihi!
 
@Kimora

They can be quite large, but generally you are looking in the 3 hundred range.....I had a Nhandu sac last year that was nearly 3 times that large.

Still, once you get a system down, theyre actually pretty easy to care for. I've been breeding Avics a lot, they're a pain cause I have to buy crickets and dole the little irritants one by one....for these albos its as easy as dicing mealworms.
 

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