Even another new Ancylometes species

Stefan2209

Arachnodemon
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Hi there,

mated one, as stated.

Already got some offsprings from even another Ancylometes species from Peru:

Ancylometes spec. "Iquitos"







Greetings,

Stefan
 

Blaster

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Wow, congrats! Awesome species... How much for a sling? ;)
Greets, Matthew.
 

Stefan2209

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Hi,

sorry, these are not available for sale, due to the low amount of offsprings.

I gave some away to some very knowledgeable hobbyists in Europe to make sure, at least some will survive even if I should fail to keep some alive here. The rest of the sac will stay here with me to raise breeding stems.

If it should proof to be possible to breed this species, there will be specimen for the "general market" but at this time it´s just way too early. Maybe next year around this time...

Greetings,

Stefan
 

Blaster

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Hey,
I was asking just out of curiosity. Already had done some "true-spider and scorpion" shopping, so I'm on the rocks at the moment :) But who knows, maybe I'll give You a sign someday, this species seems to be very interesting and worth watching. Thanks for the info btw. and keep up the good work :)
Matthew.
 

Stefan2209

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Hi there,

third sac in just 5 months.

Ancylometes spec. "Oyapok, French-Guyana", adult female (background) and offspring







Have a nice sunday, everyone.

Greetings,

Stefan
 

Stefan2209

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Yeah, looks like it's time to separate those out to individual cups! {D
Exact!

Just prepared 50 cups for the new ones... ;)

However, the A. spec. Oyapok are the third batch from this year and i have already some specimen form the first and second sac going, so i´m primarily going to concentrate on that first pictured species.

Greetings,

Stefan
 

sammyp

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That's quite an impressive brood there!

Just out of curiosity, is that a budgie feather caught in the corner of the web there? ;P It sure looks like it.....

EDIT: Opens eyes (sorry I'm tired)... That's OUTSIDE the cage, isn't it :0
 
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