Cornifer passed away sometime in the last few days. This legend just managed to make it passed 2 years of maturity, and got to produce a healthy sac of offspring. He was wrongly sexed and supposed to have been female, but i dont regret keeping him for a second. No more map making for this old man
Big shout out to @[126367:@RezonantVoid] for hooking me up with a six pack of P.Rubiseta slings which he bred from his lovely female. They were all very well behaved with the rehouse and not bolty, it was all very chilled out.
Australian T, more than likely either Selenocosmia stirlingi or Phlogius(Selenocosmia?) crassipes.
She's female and 3 years old, can anyone identify or let me know how to tell the difference between the two species?