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Registration date : 2012-09-17
|Subject: No glow? 7/14/2013, 8:14 pm|| |
I don't know if this is the right area of your fantastic site to post this question but hey,
This morning a found one of my baby emperors dead....all ripped up...so I got a small blacklight to help locate all the others.......found another one the same way under the water dish....two dead just since yesterday and there are still a few crickets in there......so im thinking yeah maybe its time to split them up into other containers......as im gently kinda moving away some substrate im finding more of the babies and in healthy condition.....then I notice just ONE of them dosnt glow at all....I put it in a container by itself right away......doing fine....moving around normal....seems a little more transparent gray than the others especially the claws......any ideas why the others glow under blacklight as usual but this little guy dosn't anymore?
thanks in advance
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Location : Cortland, New York
Registration date : 2011-07-03
|Subject: Re: No glow? 7/14/2013, 9:05 pm|| |
Nothing to worry about; your scorp has simply molted.
It will glow again in a few days. Don't feed it until it glows completely again.
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