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Kymura

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she honestly does look much improved from the other video.
 

DewDrop

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I hope she lives through it. But yeah it looks like dks. I have a sling and I am hoping she doesn't get exposed to anything that causes her to get it.
 

boo boo 86

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Thanks guys. Iv moved her an my slings so she and they ain't exposed to anything. She isn't doing good at the moment. Stayed is same spot since yesterday :-( no movement.
 

boo boo 86

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She is still with us but now she isn't eating not sure about drinking and she isn't webbing either :-( She is
wondering about her viv n climbing on top of her hide.
 

Chubbs

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She is still with us but now she isn't eating not sure about drinking and she isn't webbing either :-( She is
wondering about her viv n climbing on top of her hide.
Well this species typically doesn't web much anyway. It does look premolt-ish.
 

boo boo 86

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She normally webs under her hide when I change over this time nothing. Do they lose control of there legs in pre molt?
 

Meludox

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The leg thing has nothing to do with pre-molt. Chubbs was just mentioning that she looks like she may also be in pre-molt.
 

boo boo 86

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Yes I know he was and I was only asking a question!!! I also thought she could be ready to molt her last molt nearly a year ago.
 

Meludox

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Then what do you mean by defensively? I was answering your question. I'm not sure why you're making such a big deal about this.
 

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