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Tarantula Lasiodora parahybana

Common Names:
Brazilian salmon pink bird eater
Previous Review/Report Link:
  1. beaker41

    beaker41 Arachnoknight

    Initial Breeding Date:
    Aug 27, 2015
    Special Notes:
    Male was kept in moist coco at around 75 degrees, offered an open water dish, had constructed webbed hide and observed sperm webs.
    Male's mature molt was 6/15.
    Female's last molt was 4/15
    The male started tapping immediately and found her quickly. I observed several good hookups before they seperated and she didn't pursue him after they were done.
    Male was observed making webs at night immediately after the pairing and several times during the week after successful pairings. Male was cohabitated with female on last pairing and was consumed.
    Paired in a large common area about 3' diameter, the female was placed in the center first, introducing the male at one side. Male was paired several times over the next couple weeks, allowing 24 hours rest after each hookup
    Post Mating Care:
    Female developed ravenous appetites and were fed till plump on crickets and dubai roaches
    Time & Care:
    Sac was dropped 11/7/2015 and looked to be about 2.5"-3". Sac was pulled 1/13/2015
    Final Details:
    Sac was yielded 866 healthy spiderlings , the last of which molted 3/12/2016
    FrmDaLeftCoast and ayskyub like this.
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