This is the first time that I have witness a species that is about to molt and eating a cricket. As you can see from the photos her abdomen is dark, she's
Said I'd come back with better photos so just gonna chuck up another thread, enjoy.... she is so easy to photograph 2.7 years old 140MM
So my c.schioedtei sling molted on thursday and lost a leg during the molt, fri the sling seemed fine and active. I spent the weekend at my gfs and came
I've put a hold on this lady at a local shoppe. I haven't finished paying for her completely but wanted second opinions.
Does she look
I woke up this afternoon to discover that my roommate had attempted to be helpful and set the oven to a self cleaning cycle to try to clean up a Thanksgiving
Very cool! Enjoy keeping them!
1) There's pretty much no doubt that it's an egg sac from your description and it's likely a fertile one since I doubt she molted and then laid a sac
I've had countless pokies and versicolor molt within hours or days of eating. That's interesting that a Brachypelma is doing that though.
Came here to say same species/same timeframe. Had this happen about a week ago.
Also A. genic. If it hits the ground it's gone. I usually
My B. Albo sling ate a day before a molt, though it was pre killed.
Hallo, the first one looks like a female Linyphiidae.