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RezonantVoid

RESISTANCE: 100 Selenotypus Wallace

So my replacement T arrived today, this time with a single ventilation hole, and all of her right legs have a crack in them at some point. Sende managed to cram EVEN MORE paper towel in the tiny container. To actually have survived such shipping conditions in the current temperatures here is amazing

RESISTANCE: 100 Selenotypus Wallace
RezonantVoid, Jan 15, 2019
Rhino1 and Chris LXXIX like this.
    • RezonantVoid
      I tried getting a photo of her cracked legs but she is furiously grooming in her burrow at the moment and all attempts result in blurry legs
    • Chris LXXIX
      I wonder, how the heck those fellas ships spiders, in Australia? o_O
    • RezonantVoid
      @Chris LXXIX normally alot better than this. My reccomendation is always reasonable sized container packed with spagnum moss, 4+ ventilation holes and newspaper for packing material. I always label LIVE INSECTS on the box and generally the post people treat them pretty carefully
    • lostbrane
      What a trooper.
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