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Tony

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They are so small (O. Briareus). Given what people have said I don't have great hopes for their survival. Momma is still alive, fanning the remaining eggs.

This caught be by surprise as it's only been a week since I could tell the eggs had anything in them at all.

They have some food (pods) but I don't expect it to last the night. I'll have to call around and see if any of the local stores have anything suitable.

Anyone in the Seattle area who wants to try raising some, drop me a line -

Tony
 

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