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Is this dead curl?

Zarshenyu

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Hello everyone..

I want to ask you. Is this a dead curl? But after I poke him, he stretch his leg like usual..

I also upload the photos and video of my T. He is a Mature Male and his last ultimate molt was on 2019 March

Please advise. Thank you very much.

PS: Pardon my anxious voice on the video..
 

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Casey K.

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He just ate 1 big cricket on 10 August


Sometimes they "groom" themselves (what I call it). He may be doing that. I don't see all of his legs tucked under so it doesn't appear to be a death curl. He is only 5 months mature. Most mature males live at least 1.5-2 years post molt. What species is this?
 

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Sometimes they "groom" themselves (what I call it). He may be doing that. I don't see all of his legs tucked under so it doesn't appear to be a death curl. He is only 5 months mature. Most mature males live at least 1.5-2 years post molt. What species is this?
It's a T.albo I remember the OP original post when he first got him :)
 
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