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    Default Madam Octa

    Hi, I'm new to the forum so I don't know If I'm posting this in the right place but thought I would share this with you. I bred my Lasiodora Parahybana, Madam Octa with Mary's MM Noel on November 15th 2008. She hasn't eaten a lot since the mating so its just a case if waiting and hoping now. Here are some pics

    Before the Mating


    During the mating


    Shortly after mating


    A few weeks after mating

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    Good pix Andrew, that was a fun event, especially when the male ran out screaming "she nearly bit me"!

    Oh, and the biscuit eating, yuk!
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    Yeah we have some smashing meets here, matings and biscuit eating contests lol.

    Back to Octa, Andrew she looks gravid to me, looking at a few things on the different pics.

    Poor Noel is one of our first breeding ever, he is an old boy now, but still takes the odd cricket.

    Good luck Andrew, aunty M xxxxxxxx

    Trev has looked at pics and agrees with me.
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    Here are some new pics taken today.





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    Looks like it mate, woot, more para slongs.
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    Let's hope she is, gazzilions of slings

    Good job we've started collecting film pots eh?
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    We gonna need them mate lol, what with the cambridgeis here as well, keep us busy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mary walters View Post
    We gonna need them mate lol, what with the cambridgeis here as well, keep us busy.
    And Blondi slongs, fingers x'd

    Really hoping for Octa
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    fingers crossed for Octa, she is a lovely T and the mating was fun to watch!
    good old Noel, still going after so long, over 3 years isn't it now, Mary?
    just goes to show, with a bit of care, a male doesn't have to die as early as often thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Box View Post
    fingers crossed for Octa, she is a lovely T and the mating was fun to watch!
    good old Noel, still going after so long, over 3 years isn't it now, Mary?
    just goes to show, with a bit of care, a male doesn't have to die as early as often thought.
    He hatched in May 2004 James and is still eating occasionally.
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