Stressed Chaco?

Syngyne

Arachnoknight
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This weekend, I took my G.aureostriata over to a friend's house and filmed her walking around for a school project (part of the Adorabug site for those who were following it). She's safely back in her enclosure now, but she's currently up on the glass, with just her hind legs touching the substrate. She's been sitting that way for an hour or so now. Previously she seemed to be doing fine, sitting out in the open and moving around every now and then, and I never really saw her up on the glass. Her substrate's bone dry, she has a full water dish, and I don't see any mites anywhere.

Is she still stressed from the filming? Do I need to even worry about it?
 

tacoma0680

Arachnobaron
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I wouldnt worry about it to much maybe if it keeps going on for day then I would become concerned
 

Ando55

Arachnobaron
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You have nothing to worry about. She's just being herself! :D
 

Syngyne

Arachnoknight
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Well, she's back on the ground again, so no counseling needed I guess. :)
 

JMoran1097

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it could have been the fact you were handling her or it could have been from the ride over to the friend's house. it's normal
 
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