My little versi

Chris_Skeleton

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Well it doesn't look good for the little guy. I checked on it this afternoon and it was sitting on the substrate on the bottom of the vial. It wasn't in a death curl, but it was unresponsive. I placed it in an ICU at 3:15. I looked in and it still isn't moving. I just moistened the substrate yesterday and it was eating a cricket leg and doing just fine yesterday. I've only had it for about two weeks. I hope it pulls through, I've been wanting a versicolor for so long :(
 

Terry D

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Hope it gets better

Chris, Sorry to hear this :(. I hope the little t makes it through. On that note- I'm dang near scared to death of slings of this sp after so many posts about troubles with them. Let us know how it goes.

Hoping for a recovery,

terry
 

Tarantulafan

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Keeping my fingers crossed for you and your little one.

All I can say is that a number of my Ts look completely dead for days on end then surprise the hell out of me when they move like greased lightning - so like they say never give up hope until you smell the smell.
 

GPulchra

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It's not in the death curl? That's strange. What's really frightening is that it's unresponsive. I'm wishing the best for you. I've never had trouble with my Versis.
 

Chris_Skeleton

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I really don't know what the problem was. The substrate was moist, it had good ventilation, and it was eating. I was worried about this happening when I bought it. This truly sucks.
 

Chris_Skeleton

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Well the versi passed. My first T death. I feel so bad. I have no idea what happened :(
 

Mamisha-X

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awww I am sorry for your loss :( it is always upsetting when things like this happen.
 

GPulchra

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I'm so sorry, man. There's always a second chance, but, yeah. It hurts to lose something like that.
 

Motorkar

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Sorry to hear that. :( I heard lots of times that Avicularias slings die often without reason. Just sad. :(
 

curiousme

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I am sorry for your loss, but how did you determine it had passed? :(
 
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