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PostSubject: The 'invisible' H.arizonensis!   2/18/2011, 7:12 pm

Hey all, I'm a bit concerned with my H.arizonensis 'lairy Larry'. When I first put him into his larger enclosure from the temp one for the first week he was always out and about but about three weeks ago he closed his burrow entrances off and has remained hidden from the outside world Sad I know that there sort of prone to doing this but how long is too long? Should I grab a spoon and carefully chip away till I find him or give the guy some more time?
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PostSubject: Re: The 'invisible' H.arizonensis!   2/18/2011, 8:13 pm

He's completely fine Smile Let him do his thing, he'll be out eventually.
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PostSubject: Re: The 'invisible' H.arizonensis!   2/18/2011, 8:53 pm

I agree, I dug mine out after it had past a month and she was sitting in there fine.

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PostSubject: Re: The 'invisible' H.arizonensis!   2/19/2011, 7:34 am

They are the ultimate masters in "Live to Loaf". Mine disappeared for about 3 months. I checked say roughly 4-6 weeks. Makes you a bit paranoid, thinking "Is it still alive", but he was in good health.

Enjoy!

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PostSubject: Re: The 'invisible' H.arizonensis!   2/19/2011, 10:53 am

Thank for the reassurance guys, I didn't really wanna dig him up as the substrate is 4 inches at it's shallow end and 11-12 at the other and with the amount of it he kicked up before he closed the two entrances up I reckon he's got one he'll of a tunnel network on the go!
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PostSubject: Re: The 'invisible' H.arizonensis!   2/19/2011, 3:23 pm

we are tempted to dig ours up but dunno how we would go about it the substrate is quite hard now wouldnt want to risk it colapsing, we saw ours sat at entrance to burrow a few time saythe first 5 nights in her enclosue but since then weve not seen her at all she has only ever fed once since we got her which was about the 16th of november 2010 so ages ago.....hope shes ok

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PostSubject: Re: The 'invisible' H.arizonensis!   2/20/2011, 5:22 am

I'm not to worried about the eating side of things as he ate well in his temp tank and before he burrowed away. I'm more worried about the humidity level within the burrow set up and the chance of mycosis :/
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