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New Wolf Spiderlings!

Discussion in 'Arachnids General' started by biollantefan54, Jul 25, 2012.

  1. biollantefan54

    biollantefan54 Elite Member

    So I have a female wolf spider that has a lot of babies on her back. Right now some are starting to come off and I will try to keep as many of them as long as I can. At this moment I have 4 spiderlings. Any of them that I cant keep I will release. I have 4 medicine vials and I cut a 20 oz Dr Pepper bottle so it is just a cylinder and attached screen and a lid that comes off for food. I love the mother spider, her name is Obsidian. So, now what?
     
  2. skelly98

    skelly98 Elite Member

    fruit flies?
     
  3. mshrmheadcharge

    mshrmheadcharge Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

    I read that these spiders will eat each other once they begin to molt, so I would separate them soon. Looks like you can feed them pinhead crickets...they will most likely eat at night. Humidity should be 50% unless molting, in which case should be bumped up to 70-80%
     
  4. biollantefan54

    biollantefan54 Elite Member

    I am separating them.
     
  5. EskimoBear

    EskimoBear Active Member

    Ooh. Spiders give me the creeps, but I sleep in a loft so I've gotten mildly used to them lately ;P

    And good luck with your breeding. I'd never do it, but that's just me. Keep us updated :D
     

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