Im taking bets!

Devin B

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Well I have this B. Smithi sling that hasn't molted since october I think. It ate a mealworm about 2 weeks ago, it is now refusing food. (Didn't eat his mealworm I left him last night.) I always leave prekilled for this little fella.
Now that I have the backstory is complete I am taking bets on when he will finally molt. Winner takes all.
To start im putting $50 on never. Anyone else wanna get in on this lol.
 

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Goodlukwitthat

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you probably should moisten the substrate a bit on one half. slings need added moisture.
 

Sharno

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Add some moisture and put it in a warmer location (85f?)
 

BobBarley

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3 weeks from now is my bet -- it doesn't look very heavily premolt to me (my Homoeomma sp. red sling has been like that for at least a month now).
 

Devin B

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Add some moisture and put it in a warmer location (85f?)
My house usually stays between 75 and 80 degrees anyway. I don't have anywhere in my house warmer without running a space heater.
 

Devin B

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Well anyone that thought my sling was going to molt today I have bad news. It still hasnt molted try again next week. Ill keep everyone updated.
 

Devin B

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Well whoever was betting that today would be molt day I have good news for you. My B. Smithi and my C. Cyaneopubescens both molted today. Yay
 
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