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Eupalaestrus sp.
    • Vanessa
      I picked up two tiny spiderlings recently. I understand that this species is smaller than campestratus, what is your experience?
    • Arachnid Addicted
      @VanessaS they are smaller than campestratus indeed. Adult females can reach 14cm max. Although they tolerate low levels of humidity, when all mine were slings I kept them in high humidity and turned out well. They are really, REALLY, slow growers however, males tend to mature way faster than females so, I suggest you sexed them as soon as you can and, in case you have a couple, hold the male food a lil bit.
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    • Vanessa
      @Arachnid Addicted Both of mine are very tiny right now. They've moulted twice and might be 1/2". They are still moulting at the same time at the moment. I always try to sex them asap, just in case I end up with males and the seller still has others available. Thanks for the info!
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