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My little versi

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by unitard311, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. unitard311

    unitard311 Arachnoknight

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    My little versi sling "Gordo", has passed on. He molted on Saturday, was alive Wednesday, and I found him curled Wed. night. RIP my fuzzy little blue.:(

    He just made it to his 5th instar.
     
  2. Tapahtyn

    Tapahtyn Arachnobaron Old Timer

    poor baby, sorry to hear that, it's wierd how they can act healthy and then something just happens. I still miss my avic Gromit, he was so sweet.
     
  3. unitard311

    unitard311 Arachnoknight

    Gordo was soo cute too. i couldn't wait for him to grow up. well i just have to get another. versicolors are gorgeous. rip Gordo.
     
  4. texascowboy1979

    texascowboy1979 Arachnosquire

    Im so sorry..
     
  5. J.huff23

    J.huff23 Arachnoking Old Timer

    None of my a.versicolors have died on me yet (knock on wood). I raised two from slings that are now sub-adult (2.5-3 inches) and I have 5 versi slings. Hope I didnt just curse myself by saying that:eek: .
     
  6. betuana

    betuana Arachnobaron

    Sorry to hear that. I always hear that avic slings are fragile, its why I ended up getting 3 versi slings all at once, in case I lost one or 2 of them...

    Always sucks to lose a T, sorry for your loss.
     
  7. Bosing

    Bosing Arachnoangel Old Timer

    sorry to hear that. How come I read more deaths in avic slings as compared to the terrestrial type slings... :?
     
  8. Storm76

    Storm76 Arachnoemperor

    Probably because versis are quite iffy regarding temperature/moisture in their enclosures. Apparently, a bit too much or too few and you get the SADS...:( I just hope that once I receive my A.versi and A. amazonica slings that I'll make everything as correct as possible.
     
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