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Arachnosquire
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Okay this actually happened a long time ago but I figured it wouldn't hurt to see if anybody had any ideas. I once owned an Emperior Scorpion it seemed to eat well and was fairly active. Then one day it died, I pulled it out the tank to find a weird green "Fuzz" (for lack of better terms) around it's "mouth" area... have any of you heard about this?
 

EAD063

Arachnoprince
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Let's just call it they're mustache. :) Kind of featherly.
 

C_Strike

Arachnobaron
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Sounds like its some fungus/mould, i dont know but doesnt like its a creature
 

Alakdan

Arachnoangel
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If you are referring to the green bristle-like stuff between the chelicerae, that's part of the mouth part. It functions as a filter for the solid particles when the masticate their food.
 
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