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RE: dead or molting???

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Posted by: skuzzydoom at Sun Jun 14 01:37:45 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by skuzzydoom ]  
   

hey thanks for the post.

I have had him for about a year and the people at the store told me his age.
He is definately male and i am aware that unfortunately they don't live as long.

what worried me and seemed different than a shed was that his abdomen was all shrunken and he is not laying on his back but is laying upright with his legs curled up around him, which made me think probably has gone to spider heaven. i just wanted to leave him alone for a while so i wouldn't accidently dispose of him in case he was still alive.

thanks again


   

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