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T blondi with two lumps after molt

juvenile T blondi with two lumps on abdomen after molting any one has this happen to then before ?

T blondi with two lumps after molt
macaridonte, Apr 14, 2019
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    • SkittleBunny
      They look like cysts, I don't think they'll hurt your spider though something is strange inside for cysts to appear if thats the case.
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    • spodermin
      Get springtails and isopods in the enclosure stat
    • macaridonte
      captive bred uk had it from 2cm sling now just molted about 10cm span leg
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    • Liquifin
      Well there isn't any scientific reports on why cysts forms on T.'s. But hopefully it'll get better within the next molt. It's flipping a coin whether it survives or not, because some T.'s recover from a cyst and others not so lucky. I can't understand why, but IME, I've seen more cyst on the Theraphosa genus than most other genus/species. I hope yours the best on making it out from the cyst.
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    • spodermin
      @Liquifin just makes sense because of their size and humidity requirements. Add springs and isos though. These are dorsal surface cysts so there is a (relatively) good chance of survival as long as there arent more inside. What are you feeding it?
    • macaridonte
      varied food items dubia crickets locusts i use rolly polis as a cleaning crew
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    • macaridonte
      thanks liquifin lets hope for the best
    • macaridonte
      molted no problem still has the lumps but they are a lot smaller
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      esa space station
      They should dissapear soon enough .Its in good hands and doing well thats the main thing
    • macaridonte
      thank you esa space station
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