I don't know, it has a pretty full abdomen.Did it moult very recently? To be honest, that looks to me quite as much as a newly moulted T that hasn't hardned up yet and gets freaked.
Dyskinetic means "moving abnormally", and syndrome means "subject has this problem" (kinda, in hand-wavy terms).looks like the movements i have seen labeled dyskinetic syndrome. which is a fancy way of saying something or things goes wrong and the symptoms are walking like that
might want to search and or google "dyskinetic syndrome"
no, i know i didnt actually tell what is wrong. i am just saying there seems to be a class of problems and that is the common label for it, to fascilitate researching furtherDyskinetic means "moving abnormally", and syndrome means "subject has this problem" (kinda, in hand-wavy terms).
So yes, your tarantula has 'diskinetic syndrome'... maybe (depends if this is actually abnormal. It looks abnormal, but the tarantula might be trying to hide/run at the same time)... but that's not very helpful. We don't know what's causing the diskinetic syndrome. In humans there is a neurological cause, because that's where our movement comes from, but in tarantulas there is also potential for internal parasites and hydrostatic problems (fluid balancing). So it's not that simple.