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Discussion in 'Other Spiders & Arachnids' started by NYAN, Aug 1, 2018.
I take the cocoon out after a few days, and let it hatch in a delicup..
I will do that once it becomes dark.
When they get relay dark, i always open the cocoon a little bit.. Just to help them, i now they can do it there self. But in the wild the female also helps a bit..
Its awesome to see, if the cocoon is dark enough. And you open it, they all come running out. Super cool to see
Alright everyone, I am at six sacs total, three Per species. My first hasselti sac is becoming darker, and I want to remove it, but am not sure the best way to do it. The sac has a slight dark coloration, but isnt 100% dark. How do you all recommend getting the sac out? @Widowman10 @Joogvanhedel?
Haha, yes thats a secure job I like to use a thin stick and my tweezers. Twist the litle / thin stick around the cocoon, and try to get a hold of the webbing around it. Sometimes you can just pull the cocoon out, sometimes you have a litlebit more trouble
As we speak, im trying mating 3 females geometricus, 1 i now for sure it gooing ok. The another 2, i just leave the males for the night. i have backup males if needed.. They all dance now
I caught 20 geometricus the other day around the house. Luckily I have someone who wants them.
Another question: Is there a specific way I should keep the sac in the isolation container? I was planning on just using a small deli cup with some paper towel for climbing when they hatch.
I wouldn't mind one or two as well, we don't have that species over here.
Okay! Maybe I shouldn’t have houses them all together to thin the numbers out. Send me a message on here to remind me.
Try to hang the cocoon...
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awwww i see babies
I need one
Sorry, you live in the usa, i'm from europ..
don't be sorry just enjoyed looking at the pictures
Once mine hatch, I’ll have cb for sale of two species. I’ll clear my inbox @Greasylake.