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7 years 2 months ago #2413 by Schalk du Plessis
My second sling has created a web right against the glass. I can see inside, the webbing is obstructing any detail, so photos are not possible. But I could see it mauling a cockroach yesterday. Was quite a site seeing it pull it into it's nest.

Will change the setup when I rehouse them. Will probably wait another molt or two. They are quite fast growing, so shouldn't be too long.

But would love to see them out in the open.

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7 years 2 months ago #2415 by Gemini
I actually took the pics when I rehoused them, yes they are fast but its just having no fear and patience with them otherwise they are really not that bad..

lets tango!

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7 years 2 months ago - 4 years 11 months ago #2418 by T
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7 years 2 months ago #2421 by Schalk du Plessis
I would like to get all 4 species that are currently in the hobby.

Might get a P pulcher very soon. Quite a few available.

The P irminias should be easy to get once all the egg sac doing the rounds now have hatched.

The P reduncus will probably be the hardest to find. (They are stunning as slings)

This is a picture of my VERY tiny P cambridgei sling.
Sweet little thing. Whenever I open the lid, it comes out to look at whats going on. I believe it has no fear what so ever.
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7 years 2 months ago #2422 by Schalk du Plessis
Mammon:

I can just imagine what she is thinking: "MINE!!!"

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7 years 2 months ago #2483 by JoNeS
P. Cambridgei 6cm

You can't be ready to Rock, if you aren't ready to Roll
Водка-матерям молока

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