Nanchantress Posted October 8, 2011 Share Posted October 8, 2011 This Madagascar Hisser had her ootheca extended for 24 hours and it started drying up and curling. She couldn't seem to dislodge it, so I gently tugged it with tweezers and the dried part broke off. Now she has been struggling to push out the rest for the last 12 hours. Her insides look swollen and the ootheca looks like it has adhered to her, doesn't it? I just hope she isn't in pain... I will keep you posted. Any suggestions? p.s. If you look closely you can see a mite in one of the pictures. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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