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unfertilised eggs from P.cambridgei phantom eggsack

unfertilised eggs from P.cambridgei phantom eggsack
Petross, Aug 24, 2019
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    • SkittleBunny
      Would be neat if you could lay a sperm web from a male T over it and have babies anyways lol. If only it worked like that
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    • Dman
      I assume this T. was always in your possession and there is no way it was breed before you received it? I know they can hold the sperm until a molt.
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    • Petross
      Yes i got her as a 1.molt sling, so there is no way to be paired, also the eggs gone bad after a few days. The good think is that i know that after next molt i have female ready to breed.
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    • Dman
      @Petross Darn. I was holding out hope for you. What a great species! I have a nice size female also but she has not laid a phantom sack for me yet. She is a little shy but usually if not in premolt she is out every night. When I shine a light on her at night she will sometimes charge in the direction of the light and startles me. She is testy little girl but absolutely beautiful.
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    • Androxian
      @Dman I see someone is getting a horn worm treat!
    • Dman
      @Androxian All of my T's love them. I never have much luck with roaches however and it seems none of my T's really care for them.
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    • Androxian
      @Dman I feel that. I tried out superworms last week and they both refused it. This was of course, after it had started burrowing, and they both got away...
      Fortunately, the one in my B. albo's enclosure was still near the surface, but the one placed in my A. seemanni's enclosure required tearing through 800 cubic inches of substrate to find the little bastard.

      I think I'll stick with crickets, lmfao.
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