It looks like the copulation was a sucess. My big rosie laid some eggs, but I don't know if it's gonna make it. Here is the thing. She laid them but she silk casing isn't perfectly form for some reason. On some part I can see if lift up one side I can see yellow eggs, but some part are completely sealed inside silk. There's dirt on the eggs, but the eggs seem OK...no smell or turning brown. I'm not sure what happened. I tooked the coconut shell out and she laid during those thime. I think that's the reason the casing is all jumbled and messed up. I'm not sure when she laid them, but the eggs seems perfectly OK. At this point I'm not sure what to do. Should I remove the eggs from the egg sack and incubate it seperately. How do I do it? I'm hoping the eggs will survive if I move quickly, but I want opinion and option. Right now I'm looking through "The Tarantula Keeper's Guide"! I read a little section about eggs over easy, but couldn't remember everything. I'll read it again. But i wan't other experienced keepers to give me more advice. Thank you!