- Sep 21, 2005
My a. genic webbed himself up for over a week and now hes out and looks bigger but theres no molt "shell". Is it possible he molted and buried it or something?????
T's do a great job of tidying up too. I have had P. murinus molt in a deli cup and I still haven't found the molts.Sometimes the exuvium are quite well hidden, probably deep in its hide or with a little substrate over it. Exuvium does'nt attract mites or parasite so theres no worry about it.
We're like the kids in a candy shop when we see new Ts or see the current ones we have in fascination from them moving around, molting, eating, grooming. I saw my aureostriata groom for the first time as I left with the lights off and came back to see it out on an upward stance grooming, after a few seconds it walked in however, show must be over...=/ lol Congrats on your genic's molt!WOW, really???? Thats crazy!! I thought i was imagining things cause i didnt see a molt but ive been busy with school the whole last week and had the tank covered with a towel. He certainly looks bigger and the bands seem whiter for sure... COOL!!! LOL haha, i feel like a kid again.