Super surprise eggsac (Orphnaecus sp.”Negros”)

This was a total surprise. I have not paired this female so the sac may be infertile – what we call a phantom eggsac. BUT, the spider is wild caught so there is still a small chance it may be viable.

This is the best bit of spider news I’ve had this year as these spiders are not kept commonly in the hobby, they are pretty rare. If this is a viable eggsac AND they make it to spiderlings, I’ll most probably keep all the offspring or sell just a handful.

Davus pentaloris (Costa Rican Tiger Rump) What is this? BABIES!

I had to pull the Davus sac early. It seems like mom had abandoned it – I thought she would eat it at any time.