I doubt it nematodes, 'she' is to clean and active, also signs for nematodes chelicera get frozen/paralyzedHas she had her tetanus shot?
Only kidding. I have no idea why she isn't using them. My only guess would be nematodes but from your pictures it doesn't look like she's got em. I'm clueless.
she molted about 2 weeks ago.
If she was doing just fine before, that could be the cause.They look like they are "included" , like malformed somehow during the molt being attached to the tissue.
Oh gawd, good thing you have no kids, that stress will kill ya :}Is not funny in the least...It stress me wacthing her like that.
I personally would pinch grab her and investigate whats going on.
They look like they are "included" , like malformed somehow during the molt being attached to the tissue.
It doesnt look like she has any parasites to me, as the "Rusky" said, it looks way to clean and have full movement (quelicera).
I would grabb her and very carefully attempt to get her to open her fangs.
Either she is too small to pinch grab or just too stressed out, when I grab hold she goes nuts and wiggles free. She is about 2.5 inches.[/QU
I don't think she's too small to pinch grab, the prey looks like a good size for her.. She may still be a little stressed from shipping. I've always waited 2-4 weeks after getting a shipped spider to feed.. to ensure it was comfortable in the new enclosure.