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    Thread: Nhandu Chromatus sling acting strangely.

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      Nhandu Chromatus sling acting strangely.

      My nhandu is acting very sluggish. I can touch her and she doesn't run. If I really bother her she will run for a second but she seems tired. And she doesn't seem to be able to hold onto the plastic sides of her enclosure. She let me gently push her onto her side. Is this pre molt or something more serious?? I love her/him and am worried. Especially after just losing my avicularia.

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      I think the traction loss on her pads is a sign of premolt

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      Sounds like premolt to me.

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      My curly hair is in pre-molt and does stumble from time to time like her shoes are to big.

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      By the way....is the cage moist or dry? If dry, I'd add some water. To help with the molt.

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      keep a full water dish and don't mess with-em.

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      keep a full water dish and don't mess with-em.
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