Accidental Plexippus Paykulli slings. Help!

OfficerArachnid47

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I’ve been keeping a wild caught Plexippus Paykulli jumping spider for a while now (about 2 months) with no issues. A local pet store had caught her in the store and given her to me because they knew I kept spiders. I was feeding her today and noticed many tiny spiders scattered across her enclosure. Apparently she had bred with a male before I got her. I’d like to be able to raise these little slings but I have 0 experience with slings other than my 1 inch Brachypelma Hamorii. Has anyone bred this species in captivity before? And what should I do with all of these slings? (Picture of slings attached)
 

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Ungoliant

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I’d like to be able to raise these little slings but I have 0 experience with slings other than my 1 inch Brachypelma Hamorii. Has anyone bred this species in captivity before? And what should I do with all of these slings?
If they're native to your area, you could just release them.

Otherwise, I'd separate the ones you want to keep and feed them the smallest prey you can get (pinhead crickets?).
 
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