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September/October 2020 photo competition entries

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liquidfluidity

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The runt of my pack ;) Resized_20201016_111201.jpg
 

Rs50matt

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he certainly is ...any AF in there or from same sac? He needs to find some.ladies..I have heard of MM eating others in the colony so may be best to separate him anyway.
He's the only Mm and male as far as we know 2 of the other 4 are AF (and looking rather large if they don't mind me saying ;) ) and the other 2 we are unsure of size but don't normally see more than 3 out at same time so who knows :)
 

Phil

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He's the only Mm and male as far as we know 2 of the other 4 are AF (and looking rather large if they don't mind me saying ;) ) and the other 2 we are unsure of size but don't normally see more than 3 out at same time so who knows :)
if you think gravid, the enclosure needs flooding big time to bring on a sac. Keeping dry does not work. I found this out the hard way.
 
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