First successful breeding of Poecilotheria subfusca (lowland) for me. Last year i lost the egg sac due to too much humidity, but this time I had no issues. The egg sac hatched in the cage, as I was a bit too worried about pulling early on this one. Got a total of 63 1.fh spiderlings. The containers on the picture were just temporary, they have been properly housed now Sorry about the crappy phone pics, but had my hands full getting them all contained.
Another first for me: Poecilotheria sp. "lowland" / "bara". The female really did not want to let go of the sac, but I won the fight in the end. A bunch of healthy larvae that got moved into a hammock-style incubator. I have not counted them yet, but it looks like it is >50.
Hello all. I'm new around these parts. I'm mostly out for new ideas for enclosures. I'm a poecilotheria person. That's not to say that other genus arnt cool. They're all cool,, I just prefer the genus poecilotheria.