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Perry Barnes

Brachypelma albiceps

Hi everyone this is my Brachypelma albiceps she hasn't eaten in almost a year can anyone give me any ideas why

Brachypelma albiceps
Perry Barnes, Jun 29, 2019
    • mantisfan101
      Looks relatively healthy to me, some Ts have gone on extremely long fasts so this isn’t relatively uncommon but I’ll wait for someone else to chime in
    • cold blood
      Because they dont have a huge need for food when plump....theyre epically slow growers....slow growers are always good at fasting.

      As a general rule, the faster they are plumped up, the longer they fast.
    • Tarantula Tech
      Generally above sharings are very true. I would like to add that you change your type of feed and try again. Another method, rehouse your T with new substrate. To your surprise, you might just see a molt buried somewhere. It looks healthy to me.
    • Perry Barnes
      Thanks everyone i will take all your advice on board much appreciated
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