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Hi guys, I really need some good advice.
About half a year ago, I adopted an Aphonopelma chalcodes (assumably female) that was unfortunately maltreated by her previous owners. I noticed right away that her abdomen was very thin for her size, but she did eat a cricket after moving here. I also...
Dang. That's even more than I thought.
just the slings outside alone count over 100. i think that was like 500 eggs lol. it's so crammed full, no space at all.
time to inject 500 more slings into the hobby! XD
easy to make with a 24/hour light timer, two 5-oz delicups, soldering iron, nylon knee-high and some moistened coco fiber.
note the beads of gluestick meant to 'grip' the eggsac which will let it flip over as it rotates slowly. if you dont do this it wont rotate properly and will merely slide.
Not a lot of experience with ventral sexing, so I wanted to ask for a second opinion! Just picked up this juvenile A. chalcodes yesterday, about 3" legspan. Based on a few google searches my guess is male, anyone else have an idea?
Hey guys! I’ve been wanting to cut down my collection and shift to more reptile-focused breeding projects. Here’s a small list of suspect males and one mature male I have for sale:
- MM H. chilensis - just molted into a mature male on 11/26 - would make a great addition for anyone looking to...