Saturday morning baby photos!

nicodimus22

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N. tripepii 1 inch


L. klugi 1 inch


B. boehmei 3/4 inch


B. emilia 3/4 inch


B. albopilosum 3/4 inch


P. sazimai #1 1/2 inch


P. sazimai #2 3/8 inch


Euathlus sp red 1/4 inch
 
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EulersK

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Wow, you've got some great species there. And some of those will be slings for quite some time :p

Congrats on the new additions!
 

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They are all close to molting, good. Keep them like that and you will not have to worry about hydration if their water bowl goes dry for a short time.
 

nicodimus22

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I feed pre-killed small crickets twice a week, and keep one quarter of the enclosure (by the water dish) moist by spraying it each night. I imagine that the Lasiodora (and perhaps the Nhandu?) will grow like weeds. The others...yeah, they're going to take a while. That's OK. I like watching them grow up.
 
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