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  1. #1
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    Default 2007

    My breedings good and bad for 2007 is as follows:-

    Chilobrachys fimbratus....1 good eggsac.


    Cyriopagopus schieodtei....1 good eggsac



    Haplopelma lividium....1 good eggsac


    Holothele incei.....1 bad eggsac (my fault I think!)


    Psalmopoeus cambridgei....2 good & 1 bad eggsac


    Psalmopoeus irminia....2 good eggsacs


    Psalmopoeus pulcher..........1 good eggsac


    Psalmopoeus reduncus.... 3 good eggsacs....1 eggsac resulted in only 2 spiderlings


    Selenocosmia peerboomi (normal)....1 good eggsac from WC female


    Selenocomia peerboomi (light)....1 good eggsac


    Heteroscodra maculata .....1 good eggsac that escaped! (same happend with one of the Psalmopoeus eggsacs and an Ephebopus eggsac )


    Ephebopus cyanognathus........1 good eggsac opened in feb and a second in aug with contents found wandering the spideroom when I came home from my hols.

    Avicularia minatrix....1 good eggsac, although only one of my half of the sac made it through to spiderling. Don't know about the other half.

    2 bad eggsacs from Psalmopoeus sp. "belize" (prob reduncus) both got eaten.

    lastly 1 good eggsac from Theraphosa blondi.


    Think that is all for me if I recal correctly. Ok mostly easy to breed species but still not too bad I think.
    Cheers
    Chris

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    Congrats Chris
    spider woman at Wilkinsons

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    Excellent mate
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    Nice one Chris, especially for that last one

    I see that the 'box of dirt' incubator method works well for you

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    Goodness, doesn't it freak you out to have all those spiderlings wandering around your house? How would you ever know if you caught them all? I don't think I'd ever go home again!

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    Thumbs up

    congratulations chris

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    Excellent effort! And T slings are just top notch little Houdini's hey!
    @Laura: My 6 yr old son wouldn't sleep in his own room cause he was scared.... put 4 of HIS T's next to his bed, voila! Sleeps more happily now

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    some good results then chris,poor encei tho
    chris
    if you like my photos then post a repy.,
    it makes it worthwhile to me,if you dont like ,still post a reply esp if you can tell me where i went wrong


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    You clever sod you

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