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RE: dead or molting???

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Posted by: Krawll at Sat Jun 13 08:14:13 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Krawll ]  
   

Lol sorry bout my first post, i just read your post again and did notice your T is 3-4 years old lol. And you kept saying him , not her.

I'm guessing you probably know about the molting process if your T is realy 3-4 years old lol. Well if you're the one who raised it to that age. And if your T. realy is a male then chances are he's already full grown and shouldn't need to molt again.

Males don't live as long as females , they will only live for about a year after reaching maturity. So 3-4 years seems just about right for a lifespan.

I'm realy sorry mate but your T. is probably on it's way to spider's heaven.

Leaving him in there a few more days is a good idea though. Just in case he recovers from whatever illness got to him but if he realy on his way out then i'm guessing you'll find out soon enough.

My thoguht will be with your T. till you give me some feedback.

Good luck

Krawll


   

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