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Phlogius Rubiseta. All of them seem to be healthy
looks like a whole bunch of little baby hands
Mommy finally open the egg sack
obt eggs with legs inside
Female kept the sac for 28 days. Incubated for 2 days.
Mated in Oct 2018, Nov 2018, and March 2019. Female ate the male on third attempt. Sac...
150 eggs with legs day 30
Eggs with legs day 30
Yep, fertile. Not my favorite species in terms of slow growing, but still a fair amount.
Can these gray eggs from my P. Regalis still be saved or be alive? pls help
How can these bad (gray) eggs survive?? Do they immediately die or they still have a slight chance of survival?
All healthy EWLs. No idea on the count as of yet...but numbers do look good.
EWLs and more Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens egg sacs currently in incubation lol am I breeder yet?
Even knowing they would all molt about the same time, it’s been amazing to see over the course of the day! :) At first instar, their proportions...
I pulled the sac because I’d feared I’d gotten it wet and am overjoyed to find they are already “eggs with legs”! =D