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zebra spider made an egg sac

Discussion in 'Other Spiders & Arachnids' started by saltyscissors, Aug 16, 2009.

  1. saltyscissors

    saltyscissors Arachnosquire

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    my adult female zebra spider, over my 1 week holiday in scotland, made an egg-sac with about 6 eggs in it although i didnt breed them, she was already carrying eggs or sOMETHING GOD DAMMIT!!!!{D {D {D im still p. happy about it though and when they hatch im gonna let them go into the garden and then i'll collect them next summer :-[)
     
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  2. Kris-wIth-a-K

    Kris-wIth-a-K Arachnoprince Old Timer

    well.. If you didn't breed them it is a dud sac and no good. If you didn't open them then how do you know it only has 6 eggs in it. That much a a world record for the least about of eggs even if it isn't a viable sac..
     
  3. If it's wild caught as an adult, I wouldn't be too surprised if they were viable. Always worth a try. I didn't think one of mine was pregnant.

    I've seen the smaller jumpers have less than 10 eggs before. That's what has always disappointed me about the zebras.
     
  4. EXOPET

    EXOPET Arachnosquire

    I had a Hyllus sp female lay 6 eggs, but then she laid another sac which looks like it has loads of eggs in.
     
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