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sean
Posted: January 08, 2012 07:39 pm
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I have a brachypelma sp that hardly moves.Even if it moves,it moves very slowly, when i use the feeding forceps on it,it will cling to those forceps and not wanting to move.However,it has no sign of ds, no dehydration and its feeding behaviour is normal.Is it normal or what?Please share your experience.
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Tomasz Drozdzal
Posted: January 09, 2012 09:29 pm
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Hi sean,

what is the species? Is it from "vagans group" or "red leg group"?

What temperature and humidity do you keep it at?

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Tomasz


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