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    Default Aphonopelma abberans

    w/c female purchased on 3rd july, egg sac laid today 30/8/08
    Last edited by andy hood; 31-08-08 at 05:38 AM. Reason: spelling correction

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    Excellent Andy, here's hoping for it to go full term.

    I'll be cheeky and put my name on a couple if i may.
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    thanks colin i hope i have better luck with this sac, of course you can have some slings if all goes well

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    pulled the egg sac this evening 30 days after laying

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    Thats a nice sight mate....Film pots at the ready then
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    Beautiful T, Andy! Congrats on the future little ones. Looks like she was a very good mommy and kept them nicely separated. I look forward to updates as these little bugs grow. Di

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    thanks colin and diane, yes i am going to need a fair few film pots if they all make it!! there seems to be quite a few, there was also a lot of dead eggs to, she certainly was a good mum diane , i did actually have second thoughts about pulling the sac ,maybe next time ( i have a sub adult male) i will wait another couple of weeks before removing a sac from her

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    started hatching into nymph 1's today

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    Nice one Andy

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    Very cool. Good job. they look like very healthy little bugs. I have my first sac of Tapinauchenius violaceus 1st instars myself. I just found them Sunday, crawling all over mom. Isn't this hobby great? Di

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