- Oct 2, 2004
I have had some moilts yesterday. One of my juvenile P murinus "kigoma" moulted aswell as one of my T albopilosum spiderlings
You guys! My spidey senses were right, I just went to check on her and she's flipped over! I can't wait to see what she's going to look like!My P. sp. Machala who is always out in the open dug a huge burrow and sealed it off! Maybe it won't eat this molt... Who am I kidding, I'm never going to get to sex this thing.
What is with P sazimai? Mine will fill it's waterdish with sub and then flip it up against the wall. One time it scooped up a mud ball from where he dumped his dish and plugged the dish up! Since it is really bolty I am forced most times to use a twist tie through the airhole to flip the dish over (and knock the sub out). The t never attacks the twist tie but I can't help but think that it enjoys putting me through thisYesterday was cleaning day for my Ts. Everyone's water dish was cleaned or replaced and filled with fresh water, boluses removed, etc. One of my P. sazimai slings had placed half of a mealworm in his water dish and sat on top of the dish, legs splayed around the sides, for 4-5 hours. When I checked on my Ts this morning, his clean water dish full of fresh water had been entirely filled with substrate and buried. Maybe he resented me dumping out the terrible tea he was making