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    I have had sacs out of mine. Unfortunately no successful ones as yet. Still trying though.

    Goos luck with the latest sac Andy

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    good luck to you both!
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    she ate that egg sac too , same as before exactly two weeks after laying it , she has since moulted, but i have not advertised for a male as of yet

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    Ahh, sorry to hear that Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy hood View Post
    she ate that egg sac too , same as before exactly two weeks after laying it , she has since moulted, but i have not advertised for a male as of yet
    OH!!!Well another effort my dear Fellow.I was some problem,with one A.sternalis.And when she was put the eg sac,I retire it and put in "home made incubator",and obtain in that opportunity more than 100 spiderlings....Don't worry Fellow....
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    Talking 10/4/05

    Mated her this morning with a male on loan from Richard Gallon

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy hood View Post
    Mated her this morning with a male on loan from Richard Gallon
    That is a good new!!!
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    Andy, are you going to try removing the eggsac next time as Juan suggests ?
    I've done that before and kept eggsac in a small flower pot meshed over
    within the same cage as female.
    I lost a P regalis eggsac and was totally gutted, only one she ever produced
    as well.....

    Good luck with her....

    AndyZoo

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    good luck Andy, it's gotta work at some point!
    as for pulling...sad to have to, since the females put so much into protecting them, it must cause alot of distress to have them pulled...but i guess sometimes you have no choice!
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    i think i am going to pull the egg sac earlier this time and incubate it artificially, thanks james i know its got to work eventually and get a successfull sac or two from her , i have my fingers crossed all goes well this time hehehe

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