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Thread: Avic Versicolor "T" first molt

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    Avic Versicolor "T" first molt

    Yay! My Avicularia Versicolor sling has finished her first molt for me after having her/him for only 2 weeks
    Btw, this is my first :T: molt ever
    This is her/him now.


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    Just out of curiousity what's a sling? A juvenile megalomorph spider?

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    Baby spider

    spiderling

    sling

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    How adorable!!!
    -just burned your snow

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    Real adorable in a mass abundance too.. this was a fun egg hatching! 129 total..












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    That last pic is really amazing. How often must you feed each individual (every week)? I can hardly imagine the labor if you have multiple egg cases laid around the same time ...
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    At that time I had 4 different sacs hatch out. About 125 slings avg. with each egg sac. Fed every sling individually twice a week. Figure.. 4-6 hours of total labor just feeding the slings alone. That was just about at my peak of breeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by massmorels View Post
    At that time I had 4 different sacs hatch out. About 125 slings avg. with each egg sac. Fed every sling individually twice a week. Figure.. 4-6 hours of total labor just feeding the slings alone. That was just about at my peak of breeding.
    OMG, now there is a full time job

    You have those Geroldi's breeding yet ? I want to be at the top of that list.

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