Yea I was just going to let her eat them but a friend suggested I try to save them. Once I sent her that pic she said the same as you.. Basically hopeless.. Any idea what would cause her to give birth early?I had a Deathstalker refuse her brood before but they were a little more developed than the ones in the pic. I took them and put them on a damp paper towel and was able to care for them until there first molt with minimal loss.
Unfortunately from what I can tell from the picture I don't think what's left of your nephews broods chances are to good
Thanks for the insights.. I figured it had something to do with the enclosure.. He was housing them in deli cups with peat. He had been pretty busy in the last month so he never got around to giving them a proper set up.Could be 1 of a few things. Conditions just might not have been right for her, temp, humidity ect.ect.
Or just maybe she sensed something wasn't right with them.
The only thing you can do with yours is try to replicate its natural living conditions.