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P regalis project

octanejunkie

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I got 4 of these buggers from @pnwarachnids a while back, just never posted them up.

I started these in 5.5oz snack cups with substrate, moss and a leaf and they each made a moss cabin hide, which I basically had to destroy to get them out lol they have molted twice in my care so far.

Today, they are in peanut butter jar enclosures (they are the same size as my P metts) and plan to add a few more in the future.
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This fellow has constructed quite the dirt hide behind the cork bark
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This fellow prefers a porch vs a cave
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octanejunkie

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Picked up 2 more regalis slings, slightly larger than the 4 I got from Aaron, but they are shy
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One appears to be in pre-molt, didn't eat and buried itself in a dirt/moss hide, and the other bolts when its enclosure is jostled ever so slightly.
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They've both at up camp filling their water dishes with junk twice so far.
 

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