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my 5' female boehmei not eating and it abdomen look dark and dry... it hardly move.. is she going to die or she is molting soon?
Species Brachypelma albiceps Brachypelma albopilosum Brachypelma andrewi Brachypelma angustum Brachypelma annitha Brachypelma auratum Brachypelma aureoceps Brachypelma baumgarteni Brachypelma boehmei Brachypelma embrithes
JamieLawrence wrote:iitomodachi1 wrote:How big is your T now? And how big is it's current enclosure? Lastly what enclosure are you thinking about moving it to? If it is too big for it's current enclosure then yes, if not, it depends on the other
hi guys .... i recently got a emilia from a fellow friend the butt botak and white ... yesterday i realise it become blacker .. hope it molt soon
i hope you will enjoy the pics mating,january 1 2011 Gravid eggsack laid febuary 28 Day 8