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blue cobalt behavior

Post by Guncho » Fri, 04 Aug 2000 04:00:00



Hi,
I have an *** (or close to) female H. lividum tarantula. She has just
molted and done something I have not seen before.  She spends most of
her time under a bark core burrowed at the rear in in potting soil.  
After molting she took the molted skin and spun web connecting the skin
to the entrance to her cave, sealing herself inside.  She has been in
there for approximately 4 days.  There is no evidence of her leaving her
burrow.  I have not remove the molted skin, wanting to see what she was
doing.
I was wondering if anyone else has observed this behavior before?
 
 
 

blue cobalt behavior

Post by Jason Turn » Fri, 04 Aug 2000 04:00:00


Its possible she had a bad molt and is spending some time recupurating.
Sometimes after a molt a T may have torn a joint and is having a little
*** loss. Or possibly other problems. One time My female Cameroon Red
Baboon was bleeding a little around a fang after she molted. She was
back to normal in a few days.

Be excellent to each other!
             Jason

http://www.moonsgarden.com/

 
 
 

blue cobalt behavior

Post by Guncho » Sat, 05 Aug 2000 04:00:00




Quote:
> Its possible she had a bad molt and is spending some time recupurating.
> Sometimes after a molt a T may have torn a joint and is having a little
> *** loss. Or possibly other problems. One time My female Cameroon Red
> Baboon was bleeding a little around a fang after she molted. She was
> back to normal in a few days.

> Be excellent to each other!
>              Jason

> http://www.moonsgarden.com/

I did not think of that.  I have not disturbed her and I guess I just
let her be for now.
Thanks Jason