- Feb 18, 2015
This is a one inch Ephebopus cyanognathus sling. I checked on my slings this morning, and found this one on its back. I assumed it was getting ready to molt, and didn't worry anything about it. Twelve hours later, I checked to see what I though would be a newly molted spider, but instead found it still on its back. I pulled away some of the webbing, and I noticed a drop of liquid near its mouth. It's legs are pretty curled. There's some twitchy movements in the legs, so I know it's still alive. What action should I take? It's plenty humid in the vial, so I don't think an ICU is the solution. Any suggestions?