I received a pair of H. lunulata from the Philippines two wees ago. I tried mating them shortly after they arrived and they would have nothing to doe with one another. I separated them and later in the day noticed that the female was holding eggs. When I photographed her, the eggs were developing and were at the early eyespot stage - about 10 days along in their development. I've photographed the female and her eggs every day since. The next milestone was the first appearance of chromatophores Yesterday the chromatophores became functional and began expanding and contracting. With all of my poking and prodding to photograph the eggs, I'm amazed that she has been able to hang onto the eggs. They are not attached to her body; just held in folds in the web. The embryos should hatch in a day or two and I will try to get get shots of their release.