A few of my babies eatting.

SkyeSpider

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The first is my C. crawshayi spiderling. It's still only about an inch, but won't hessitate to rear up at me sometimes ;)

-Bryan
 

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One of my baby G. pulchra showing a threat posture (is this normal?!).

-Bryan
 

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ive had little ones threaten before...so my guess is it is normal. I think the main reason slings normally dont is simply the vast difference in size to everything.

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Jack III

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Wow...my G. alticeps sling looks just like your pulchra pics. :) Great shots.
 

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hey

Great Pics Bryan! The King Baboon looks awsome, nice pic of yer pulchura!! What are the vials in there for?:confused: :?

James
 

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Re: hey

Originally posted by Tarantula Lover
Great Pics Bryan! The King Baboon looks awsome, nice pic of yer pulchura!! What are the vials in there for?:confused: :?

James
The vials are really cheap hides for the spiders. A few of mine web them up on the inside, others (like the baboon) burrow under it. All of them like it, though :)

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Re: Re: hey

Originally posted by TheEternal
The vials are really cheap hides for the spiders. A few of mine web them up on the inside, others (like the baboon) burrow under it. All of them like it, though :)

-Bryan
I left the vials for both my more defensive burrowers in there with em too. For one, they've already got well established burrows insdie these vials, and for two... I usually am not in the mood to dig out fast, mean, asian baby T's.

Bill
 
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