Young spiderlings.

Talkenlate04

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You can cut up meal worms and superworms into sections and offer a piece to each sling. You can use fruitfly cultures. I use green aphid cultures.Termites, baby roaches.........ant larva. I am sure there are more but I am to tired to think. Hope this helps some.
Oh and you can rip off legs from adult crickets and drop one in there.
 

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Arachnoknight
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mealworms, roach nymphs, termites...
 

David Burns

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I feed live pinheads. If I don't have them I cut up live adults with a pair of scissors. You can feed 10 slings with a good size adult. But you have to make sure you get the remains out the next day.
 

limz_777

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it tends to in its resting position most of the time , even i lure live feeds in front of him, he doesn't respond , anyone have similar expericence?
 

Derek W.

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it tends to in its resting position most of the time , even i lure live feeds in front of him, he doesn't respond , anyone have similar expericence?
I am pretty sure everyone with a T experiences this haha. If they aren't hungry they just wont eat. It also might be a bit scared of a human waving something at it. I would just go with pre-killed crickets, put em in and check on it later and you will probably find your sling eating it.
 

Talkenlate04

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it tends to in its resting position most of the time , even i lure live feeds in front of him, he doesn't respond , anyone have similar expericence?
Its safe to leave the prey in the container for a while. I tend to do my feeding at night and if its still there the next morning I take it out cause clearly its not hungery.
 
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