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    should i be concerned?

    My LP is in a decent sized tank with 5 inches of substrate. I know they burrow as juveniles but it is digging a tunnel at the bottom. I am concerned that the substrate will collapse and seriously hurt my dude.
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    molt?

    Thank you. I guess it's time to feed then.
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    molt?

    My A seemani recently uncovered his hide which I thought he was molting in. I found no molt. Any idea why he would have done this? He is out and seems hungry after 57 days of not eating.
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    A. seemani

    He fully covered his opening today so I hope it's soon
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    Who's molted today

    My LP melted today
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    A. seemani

    Holy macaroni. This seems like it can be a stressful hobby. Jazz is what I named it. Jazz buried itself in its enclosure so I hope it doesn't stay in there for two years haha.
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    A. seemani

    Yeah that's what I meant lol
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    Who's molted today

    I am a little late to the party. I have two as a beginner. My LP sling/juvenile molted 11 days ago so 14 days from now should expect another one will post. My A. seemani. Still in premolt and it's been 2 weeks. Not worried though.
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    A. seemani

    Interesting. He or she is still in molt. It's been two weeks. I know this can take a month so I'm not to worried.
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    A. seemani

    I figured between 3 and 4 years. Sad if it's a male.
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    A. seemani

    I have one I got from a pet store over a month ago. It is always out. At first it was in its hide a lot but after about two weeks it's always running around like it's the king of its enclosure. I am trying to figure out about how old mine is. It's about 3-3 1/2". Any feedback would be...
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