b. smithi. I feed him about once a month. But, he doesn't always eat. I think 3 months is the longest I've gone.
I can't tell you how many crix dry up because he doesn't touch them. Like right now, I have 12 in a crix holder, and he hasn't looked at the two that are in his habitat. I think I'm going to be setting 10 more free. :\
I had a G. rosea go 23 months prior to his ultimate molt without touching anything offered. He would flip the water bowl and go back in his hide (I finally got a waterbowl too heavy for him to flip and he filled it with peat instead ), at the end of 23 months he ate everything offered for about 2 weeks, stopped eating again, molted into a MM and never ate again for the remaining 18 months of his life. For the 5 years prior to that he ate every 2 weeks like clockwork-even pre-molt:? .
My campestratus went 18 weeks(4 1/2 mos.) during her last premolt when she sealed herself up in her hide. I have a 4" A. seemanni in premolt now that's refused food since mid-June, only drinking water.