Large dead cricket for exvale sling

Jamie886

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Hey guys so I ran out of pin heads n haven't had time to get to the pet shops so I crushed a large cricket that I feed my rubiseta and put it in its tiny tank "exvale sling" ( size of 10c) and the sling dragged it down into her burrow and has been eating it for 2 days now it's completely gone the sings butt has gotten huge!! Anyone else done or do this? 20170124_024644.jpg
 

Paiige

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I'm not really sure what I'm looking at, or what exvale/rubesita mean. It also looks like your substrate is sopping wet?
 

Jamie886

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Hey guys, so the picture is a dead large cricket that the exevale sling dragged down into her burrow to eat (she ate it all over 2 days ). It's not soaking wet, just looks that way :)

My sling is a selenotypus exevale
And my other spider is a phlogius sp "rubiseta"
 

Andrea82

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Lol, once again, Australian spiders confounded us all :D

@OP, due to the export bans on spiders native to Australia there are not a lot of them in the hobby in the rest of the world. Which is why people were confused :p
@jigalojey is another keeper from Australia.
 
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