Did they attack each other?
Here's an old thread but my pics were wiped out when my old ISP died. I'll try to dig up the pics later. From what I saw, it looked like the male could use a place to crawl through to spin a web and make a "web tunnel" that the female can follow him through it. He put the spermataphore at the bottom of the web cave/tunnel.
I have four of the Vietnamese S. subspinipes. One of them is definitely a juvenile, the other three are in the 6-7" range.
How big in general do these guys need to be to be considered sexually mature. Are there things to look for other than size?
I've read that once their about 60% max length, they should be mature. But, I can't seem to find a consensus on that. Is the average full grown length around 8.5" or more like 10"?
Also read that the male might be more slender and have longer terminal legs, but I can't tell any difference in mine. I suppose those differences will be more pronounced as they grow larger? Should I wait at least another molt?
Yeah, I've heard that it's quite a bit less than 100%, but at least its a starting point.I've also been told that the physical characteristics you mentioned are also not 100% reliable.
I guess that's common sense with these little monsters!Of course, the pedes also need to be near each other in terms of size.