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Cricket closed sling's hole...

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by mxxtt, Sep 6, 2009.

  1. mxxtt

    mxxtt Arachnopeon

    I crushed the head of a cricket and gave it to my 1/2 inch B. albopilosum, who lives in a vial. After a few minutes, the cricket started thrashing (I guess I didn't crush it good enough?) And kind of filled in the little burrow that the T made. The little fella grabbed a cricket leg and is happily munching on that, but my worry is that he won't be able to dig himself out of this. He would have to climb up a little of the plastic side to reach the peat moss roof above him... Should I dig him a little passageway to the surface, or am I worrying over nothing?

    Oh, I removed the rest of the cricket by the way.
  2. mxxtt

    mxxtt Arachnopeon

    Correction: He probably more like a tiny bit over 1/4 inch, but not 1/2
  3. JOBAH

    JOBAH Arachnopeon

    dont worry, he/she can come out easily..
  4. xhexdx

    xhexdx ArachnoGod Old Timer

    Yeah, it'll be fine.