A geniculata sling

clive 82

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My A geniculata sling recently dug itself a burrow & I rarely see it now. I think it could be pre molt.
Over the past day it has completely sealed itself in the burrow, the two entrances are closed now.
I have been offering it pre killed prey outside the burrow entrance which it had been accepting apart from last night.
I would usually remove it after 24 hours.
My question is should I remove the prey now it has sealed itself off? I don't want to disturb it if it is finally molting but on the other hand I don't want to leave the prey in to attract mold or mites.
Any thoughts?
 

Andrea82

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You can just take the feeder out, as long as it is at the entrance of her burrow and you don't need to wrestle her burrow apart to do it ;)
 
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