Do not touch her, blow on her, or do ANYTHING to disturb her. It looks to me as if she is getting ready to molt. Do not bother her.
Yes, they can die like this. Not a very common thing, but it happens.yes i think so to i never seen one DYING like that ? do nothing looks like a molt to me ---- phil
No, that's the funny thing, the soil is completely dry where she's lying and there's been no webbing whatsoever.Yes, they can die like this. Not a very common thing, but it happens.
Maybe it's the camera angle - is there a molting mat underneath? I'd keep an eye on it and see if you notice the carapace pop.
What does the "white stuff" look like? Is it visibly moving? Has the spider been acting abnormally up until this point?
looks like u sprayed water after u discover it like this?Found her like this today. Her legs twitches if I blow at her but that's all
I sprayed before I found her, she was lying behind her "tree", so I didn't see her firstlooks like u sprayed water after u discover it like this?
better to leave alone at this point
it doez look like molting
do not touch, dont blow, dont spray watter
u will do more bad then good