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  1. Spiders and Inverts
    Soo, Ethel Webster has laid an egg sac. She is wild caught so it's likely to be fertile. This fills me with dread and excitement in equal measures! :lol2: Can someone point me in the direction of care for the slings please? I've only had her a month, and she hid herself away for around 3...
  2. Spiders and Inverts
    hello i bought a female WC Pelinobius muticus six weeks ago, she then buried her self under a peice of bark and closed all exits and has remained there ever since, never coming out. i tried to peek the other day and she went mental at me. do you think shes laying a egg sac? :whistling2:
  3. Spiders and Inverts
    I mated my female Avic avic about two months ago and she duly laid an egg sac a couple of weeks later. Almost straight after the female laid her sac the male moulted and I worried that the sac would be no good. However she stayed with it and last night I decided it had been long enough (about 6...
  4. Invert Classifieds
    Hi guys, I have 3 H. Macs for sale, last few of a sac laid :) £14 inc. postage via RMSD and heat pack per sling, or all 3 for £25, PM or comment :2thumb: Photo courtesy of @ChrisNCT via A-Boards
  5. Lizards
    Hi, Please could someone give me some advice? I have 3 Rankins hatchlings, hatched on 26th Oct 13. The first one to hatch had no sac attached, he's doing just fine, already eating small amounts and very active, the 2nd is also doing fine i think, although still has his sac attached, but active...
  6. Spiders and Inverts
    Hello there, I'm new to the forum and I really need your help. My rose spun a sac whilst we were away on holiday. I'd estimate the sac at being between 7-10 days old. The sac is very thin and due to excessive rolling by mum, it now has a rip in it. The eggs are on show and look like the could...
  7. Spiders and Inverts
    My Trio of wc Euathlus sp red turned up from TSS on tuesday 17th, I noticed yesterday one of the females plantpot hides was webbed up with her inside. I'm fairly new to keeping T's having purchased my first earlier in the year, but after constantly reading up on here I presumed it was probably...
  8. Spiders and Inverts
    so one of my gravid females had been very busy over the last few days. yesterday morning she started laying. i am wondering how many people have had a sac from this species in the uk? these pics were taken yesterday. laying the eggs, note the yellow puddle beneath her...
  9. Spiders and Inverts
    Can anyone tell me how long does it take for false widow sac's to hatch? cheers.
  10. Spiders and Inverts
    hi all, wanting some advice for what i found tonight. I fed all my T's tonight and when checking/water my male Haplopelma albostriatum, i noticed a small white sac down its burrow (the spider to was down the burrow) at first i thought it was attached to my spider but after having a good look it...
  11. Spiders and Inverts
    a few weeks ago i found a lace web spider in my garden, and since then she has laid an egg sac, what would you do if you were me? I Have read that the slings will devour there mother for sustenance, would you remove the sac and put in the wild? wait for slings and release them? release both...
  12. Spiders and Inverts
    Our girl is currently making a sac right next to me. Albops anyone :whistling2::whistling2:
  13. Spiders and Inverts
    Found my little leetzi had made a sac, not sure when she produced it as it was in a burrow obviously lol. About 60-70 eggs, hope they develop ok-was no easy task removing them from the sac lol.
  14. Spiders and Inverts
    My Lasiodora Parahybana (Salmon Pink Birdeater) started laying her egg sac a few days ago, she finished it on Wednesday and since has been standing over it holding it in her front legs, she hasn't let it go once and hasn't eaten. Is this normal behaviour because this is our first egg sac and we...
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