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PostSubject: Feeding some slings   Sat 22 Aug 2009, 1:25 pm



Well, it's been 7 weeks since I received my Chilobrachys andersonii & Brachypelma smithi slings. They have all (19) about doubled in size since then. Still tiny, about ½"-¾" in size. I'm using B. lateralis roach nymphs about ¼"+ for feeding. It's funny how the C. andersonii dig and web up all the way to the top of those deli cups and the B. smithi may dig or just sit on top. So different in character. I also found out recently that the B. smithi's could be Brachypelma boehmei. Works for me. My mom saw the video and asked "How many roaches are loose in your room?". In the video if you watch closely, you may notice a toach nymph walking behind one of the containers. I said "don't worry mom, there food for the slings that escaped a while back." She wasn't laughing! Enjoy!
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PostSubject: Re: Feeding some slings   Sun 23 Aug 2009, 12:06 am

Very nice video!


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My mom saw the video and asked "How many roaches are loose in your room?". In the video if you watch closely, you may notice a toach nymph walking behind one of the containers. I said "don't worry mom, there food for the slings that escaped a while back." She wasn't laughing!


LMAO I saw the roaches running around on the table and thought the same thing. I myself have a MM lat roach running around in my room, I think anyways. Seems to me the males like the jump off the egg flats and run. Normally I catch them, but this one managed to get away, he'll probably end of food for one the house spiders in my room.

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PostSubject: Re: Feeding some slings   Mon 24 Aug 2009, 2:00 am

Great Video Smile

I just love to see tiny slings feeding
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PostSubject: Re: Feeding some slings   Mon 24 Aug 2009, 11:31 pm

Awesome vid man!!
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