More breeding success
RezonantVoid

More breeding success

Last pair of Arbanitis sp. Trapdoors bred, I have an extra male that has been underground and was saving this female for him but he has waited too long and this male hasn't got much longer left. Nice job buddy
With the other male I will use him to help me lure out the remaining females in the wild colony I got them from, the jobsite has been purchased and I'll be working there so soon excavators will come and obliterate the remainder of the colony
 
@Darktiger432 thx man! But yea unfortunately, no concreters are gonna listen to an 18 yr old telling them to be careful about some "endangered spiders", hopefully I will get in before they do and can relocate as many of them as I can. I will be releasing the slings into a park close by
 
Also the tags A.Longipes are incorrect as A.Longipes males dont have a mating spur and these ones do. Think they are unidentified
 
@KezyGLA luckily Ive already successfully raised one egg sack that one of females laid, so hoping I can repeat it 8 more times. I gonna have spiderlings everywhere lol
 

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