Jumping Spider Sling Care

bryangottalara

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So I just found out my P. Regius' eggsac is starting to hatch, and I see spiderlings hanging around the nursery web now. But now, I don't exactly know how to 'care' for them. Does anybody have any suggestions or past experiences to help me out?
 

Cazador

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Mine haven't bred yet, but this is a caresheet I see successful breeders cite pretty often: http://kozmicdreams.com/spidercare.htm

There's a section specifically on newly hatched slings. Looks like you'll need to feed them as soon as they leave the sac.
 

bryangottalara

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Mine haven't bred yet, but this is a caresheet I see successful breeders cite pretty often: http://kozmicdreams.com/spidercare.htm

There's a section specifically on newly hatched slings. Looks like you'll need to feed them as soon as they leave the sac.
Mine haven't bred yet, but this is a caresheet I see successful breeders cite pretty often: http://kozmicdreams.com/spidercare.htm

There's a section specifically on newly hatched slings. Looks like you'll need to feed them as soon as they leave the sac.
Would I just blow the flies towards the egg sac for them to eat? It's in a pretty tough spot and I wouldn't want to mess up the nursery.
 

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Cazador

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I've heard of people blowing them or using a funnel, depending on how it's oriented. I couldn't tell you from personal experience though.
 
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