FINALLY!!!!Chaerilus RECTIMANUS brood!!!!

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Arachnoprince
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FINALLY!!!!Chaerilus RECTIMANUS brood!!!!

i guess i am having too many birth!! 4 and a 1/2 months till yesterday i had...

1) 1 x Heterometrus spinifer brood (nov 06)
2) 3 x Lychas scutilus brood (nov, 2xfeb 06)
3) 2 x chaerilus Celebensis Brood (jan/feb)

and now jus yesterday night:-

4)1 x Chaerilus Rectimanus brood from a suposing i though was a WC juv female!
5)1 x L.waigensis brood from a speciment that suppose to be juv too small to be an adult so now im suspecting its a Liocheles australasiae. wat you guys think?

** 2 more gravid c,gracills have yet to pop!!! no wonder my small containers r running ouT!

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PICTURES TIME! (ruler included- measurement!)


Chaerilus Rectimanus WC female with 1st Instars (note how small these babies r!)











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i suspect its not a L.waig due to its coloration and also the size its now.
could it be a Liocheles australasiae? please advice guys...













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OFF TO BUY SMALL CONTAINERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and crix to prepare more pinheads... maybe go hunt for some mites next week :?
 

kahoy

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are those Centimeter or Inches?


and you c.rectimanus seems to have something on its mouth?

a baby hiding???

LOL!!!!



congatz!!!
 

Galapoheros

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a baby hiding???

LOL!!!!



congatz!!!
HA! Man that dude is tiny! You will have to make your pinheads have pinheads to feed those things! That's awesome! Thanks for the pics! Looks like a cm ruler to me ...that's crazy small!
 

Alakdan

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First of all, congratulations!

I'm 90% it's an australasiae. waigiensis reach 4-5cm as adults. Do you want some waigiensis?
 

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yes i have L. waig before :) so i prefer this, its one of my first species actually. :) how your lychas infuscatus coming about?
 
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