Or should I say, 4 new ones!! I purchased what I figured was just 2 or so slings from Arachnoclown & much to my surprise he sent me 4 of them!! They were perfectly packaged with everything you need to keep them going, even down to the enclosures. I did swap those because I had lots and lots of clear ones left over from a surprise delivery from my H spinifer scorpion, 23 scorplings. (I raised those communally because it was more practical in the end & they are rehomed.) One of those little guys was just chilling out in plain sight so here he is. I have flour beetles and pinhead lats from Jamie's on the way but they're getting fruit flies tomorrow. I can't get over how tiny they are, even smaller then my very first T, a Versicolor sling. I'm sure that they'll all be impressive. I've always been a bit perplexed why people get 3 or 4 at once but one benefit is that at least one of them is bound to be a female. They sure are cute aren't they? They were packed in vials with cotton at both ends. Unpacking was simplicity itself.You just get real long thin tweezers, remove one piece of cotton and gently push the other one through the center of the vial and out the other side at which point the sling runs into it's new home and vanishes within the blink of an eye. B sabulosum itself is a handsome spider that resembles B vagens but has red colors in the legs and a few other differences. These guys are excellent beginner spiders, maybe as juveniles. Slings are always a bit challenging to deal with until they get to an inch or so at which point they are just another tarantula.