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will she fix herself?

Bosing

Arachnoangel
Old Timer
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Aug 16, 2007
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893
Noticed this on my newly acquired Nhandu trippepi (vulpinus). Wanted to ask you guys if she'll be able to fix herself after a molt or two...








 

Mamisha-X

Arachnosquire
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Jun 4, 2010
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Deffinatly deformed... wonder how it happend :? doese it make it harder for her/him to lay webbing? Anyway I am sure with the next molt it should be fixed :)
 

Hobo

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Jul 27, 2009
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Apparently, it depends.
If she was born without one, it probably won't grow back. If it was an injury, it probably will.
Here's a thread about it.
Hopefully yours in the latter!
good luck, boss!
 

codykrr

Arachnoking
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Sep 22, 2008
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^ I would say that COULD be false info there bud.

It depends. If that is a deformity then it may not. but, If it was caused by a rough molt then yeah it should. but dont always count on it.

hobo you beat me to it!
 

Bosing

Arachnoangel
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Aug 16, 2007
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ty guys for the response and link. I hope she regenerates one...
 
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