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Did that Siamese twin happen to make it???UPDATE!!! 200+ EWLS and another 50 or so still undeveloped eggs that still look good.
Big sac for a first time mom. Thanks Girl A couple of big dubia coming your way.
Last pic is of a Siamese twin in the sac. hope it survives. (far left top one)
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Not quite 1000 but I sell them shipped in bulk at 2i to a wholesaler. Other than the few I keep to raise or sell I don't even have to separate them for travel. I will break 2000 easy for the year, especially if the N. chromatus sac is good. Pulling it this coming week.Seriously, how are you going to deal with all those baby tarantulas you produced in August? You must have more than 1000 spiders by now
1) Amazing collection!
1) Thank you much1) Amazing collection!
2) I hate you, those two female Xenesthis are stunning!
3) Planning to breed them at all in the near future?
4) I’ve never wanted a centipede more in my life after seeing the photo of yours!
I should have counted better LOL!! the @400 estimate went up considerable. The bunch of them molted successfully to 1st instar last week so I separated and counted all of them before they are fast little 2i N. chromatus slings.
If you want to get rid of some, just contact meI should have counted better LOL!! the @400 estimate went up considerable. The bunch of them molted successfully to 1st instar last week so I separated and counted all of them before they are fast little 2i N. chromatus slings.
Each deli cup has 295. I'm glad the next sac will be smaller. I have to pull a P. pulcher sac tomorrow.
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