Roachman26 Posted November 14, 2009 Share Posted November 14, 2009 I've got a B. smithi, about nickel size, and I've been feeding her(?) teeny tiny crickets and roaches almost every day. Well, she always seemed famished, so I gave her a bigger roach, about one third of her leg span, and the next day she refused food for the first time. She refused food for 11 days and then molted. Is it normal for such a small sling to fast for that long before a molt? She's housed in a 4"x4" cubicle with a coco fiber and sand mix. She's got a little plastic leaf and some cholla wood for cover and a single water crystal in a bottle cap that never dries out. Temp in my roach room is 84-88 for day and 80-83 at night. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.