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    sexing 2.5-3" brachypelma shed...........

    ok, I am not getting old.. had a discussion that i had a 3" emilia, female.. 'how do you know?" well I bought it that way, and anyway I can sex the shed when she goes.. 'no way, not without a scope dude' seriously? 2.5-3" brachys are easy at that size...
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    sexing 2.5-3" brachypelma shed...........

    Can you do it visually? Go
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    Extremely Large Wolf Spider?

    man its been a while... https://www.thorntonplastics.com/ These were the defacto vials BITD... are they still? might be pricey though..depending on how many you have. BUT, you could conceivably house a few to a vial, by separating each sling by a plug of paper towel... Also of course, you just...
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    Extremely Large Wolf Spider?

    I'd like to ad, that the amount of moisture in a closed vial can be small, to raise the humidity to a high point.... I received tiny slings that were for a lack of a better word, swamped to death.... I asked for 2-3 day, so no LAG.. The paper towels were SOAKED, the poor things probably got...
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    Extremely Large Wolf Spider?

    I'd be interested in a few, since Chicago has comparatively small spiders.. Shipping should be easy and now 2-3 day would work well for most areas. Note: do not ship with dirt. just a piece of slightly damp paper towel...The dirt can turn that cup into a cement mixer when bounced around
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    it's a widow, but what kind?

    unfortunately no...he was small though
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    it's a widow, but what kind?

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/272538214920257949/ I was hoping for some more exciting coloration, but mine are tame in comparison....
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    it's a widow, but what kind?

    I bought these thinking they were like the ones you described, but they are rather tame....
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    it's a widow, but what kind?

    interesting...they were cheap anyway. The egg sac looks nothing like mactans egg sacs I've seen before though
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    it's a widow, but what kind?

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=120OfLb3UW_IYv9pc7BPR1s2zn3nDNQng sold to me as "mexican black widow".... idea? one maled out, so I left him in with one of the others for weeks... and it appears I have a sac?
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    For highly rude people who put "Confirmed female" on their sales.

    this happened to me and my sought after G pulchra. I guess they 'shipped the wrong one'... ultimately some monies were refunded. but given the number of years I have in this hobby, it's perverse that I never have had a female G pulchra....
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    Scorpions..UV and..death

    I have been around quite a while... On AB since it opened basically... One thing I don't know... If a scorpling dies...does it's body still fluoresce? And if so , for how long? I have a couple baby barks in tall open deli cups... They are hard to find sometimes, so I keep an area moist, and...
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    Escaped Tityus stigmurus nymph chance of survival?

    Definitely. (Good to see you're still around)
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    What is this thing?

    tribble
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    L Klugi

    ...yep
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    L Klugi

    I'd agree with Teal usually. But I know the seller and he is eccentric like that
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    L Klugi

    He's just one of those guys who doesnt check... if it males out...then so be it.
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    L Klugi

    I am going to have to go with an external exam and my gut... Price was 100
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    L Klugi

    I dont see them often, a friend has a couple 5-6" I am wondering how big males are when they hook out The price is quite nice, though unsexed (not unusual for this guy)
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    Poecilotheria. Regalis. Is the viv too big for my sling?

    Ok. But you are going overboard on the size of the enclosure. It's feeling of 'safety' will be it's retreat. If your priority is your convenience, and warehousing hundreds of slings, go for it... however it would fare just fine in the first tank.... In fact, given a larger, more 'outdoor-like'...
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