Yep, I was right

Draiman

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EDIT: Those are eggs she's coiled around, for the benefit of the less initiated.

 
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neubii18

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That's awesome!And I've been meaning to say this for a while but,your pictures are ABSOLUTELY AMAZING:worship::worship:!!!You should make a thread with your collection with pictures from you!
 

Draiman

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That's awesome!And I've been meaning to say this for a while but,your pictures are ABSOLUTELY AMAZING:worship::worship:!!!You should make a thread with your collection with pictures from you!
Thanks for the kind words. :) You can see most of my photos of my collection (or at least the ones I feel are good enough to be posted) on my Flickr page.
 

KnightinGale

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Whoa, cool! And thanks for the note for us uninitiated. I don't have any myriapods, but I love to look at them and that is definitely an awesome picture. Congrats! How many young might you expect?
 
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Draiman

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Whoa, cool! And thanks for the note for us uninitiated. I don't have any myriapods, but I love to look at them and that is definitely an awesome picture. Congrats! How many young might you expect?
Cheers :) I haven't really had a chance to get a good look at the eggs, but probably no more than 40.
 

Canth

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Congratulations! I'm so glad the S. heros "arizonensis" fared much better than the S. heros "heros" and you were able to breed them.

Keep us updated on the clutch progress man
 

Draiman

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Congratulations! I'm so glad the S. heros "arizonensis" fared much better than the S. heros "heros" and you were able to breed them.

Keep us updated on the clutch progress man
Hey cheers Jared, we were really lucky the two that survived were a male and a female. I hope your hardwickei pedelings are doing well! :)
 

JC50

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I have been away for a while but your pictures are still amazing.
 

Xenomorph

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Simply unbelievable! you're lucky to be one:)

I hope that she not only eats the egg .....

best regards from germany
 

Rue

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Very cool!

This board has some of the best invert photos I've ever seen.

Hope you get some babies out of it!
 

JanPhilip

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Thats amazing, good luck on hatching them out! If all goes well i hope some of them find their way to europe! Keep us updated!
 

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Wow, good job with getting eggs over there! If I sent my male arizonensis over there it would probably lay eggs too! Hope to see pling pics later.
 

ophiophagus

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Sooooo cool I just traded off my last arizonensis makes me sad in a way. But awesome pic and good luck to you. I wish you were in the states so I could get a chance at buying a pedeling or two when they're ready
 

KyuZo

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great job man, it's always nice to know that you got those eggs from breeding her rather than from luck. it just goes to show that our hobby making some progress.
 

SAn

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There have been others in Europe. At least i know a couple
 

KyuZo

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There have been others in Europe. At least i know a couple
yes, i remember reading about a few other breeding that were done in Europe, mostly S. h. castaneiceps.
 
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