3 Year Member
Congrats on the breeding success especially the E.Colonica -wonderful species to keepRandom luck on this one, but I'll take it!!
Euthycaelus colonica Simon, 1889
Received this beautiful dwarf from an European import, unbeknownst to me many of the females in the shipment were paired and the shipper forgot which ones were which so they didst get marked. She went to ground as soon as I got her and haven't seen her since. Yesterday I noticed her burrow was open and went to see her new dress. Nope a bunch of 1st/2nd instar babies all around mom in the tunnel. there is now nylon stocking around the enclosure to prevent escapees
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There are about 50 slings, half of those belong to the MM owner. I will be raising 3-5 for males to breed my females again. If they dont all disappear local I will let you know.So, are you going to sell the slings? If so, for how much? When you get some slings started, PM me.