Yeah I would say for both your Ts sake and your own, leave it and see what happens. Hopefully it can still see, with any luck it will just come off on its own.So my h lividum molted like three weeks ago just noticed that the carapace is just starting to come off now what should I do ?
Very little you can do at this point.So my h lividum molted like three weeks ago just noticed that the carapace is just starting to come off now what should I do ?
Although I've successfully done the Q tip technique before I wouldn't attempt it on a H. lividum I feel like you'd be asking to get bit fast. Honestly I'd be patient and hopefully it'll come off soon and as long as she can eat and breathe she should be fine.Very little you can do at this point.
Is it still connected at the pedical? The section between the carapace and opisthosoma? If so, leave mother nature to do her thing. A rupture/tear in this area is taunting a death. Otherwise, an option is to daub a water moistened Q tip on the area and wait. Upping the moisture/humidity may aid in separation, if you are hesitant on the Q tip option.
Carapace, normally, is the first section to separate during a molt. I've not experienced your situation with this species, C. darlingi yes, but came off with a moistened Q tip.