Wolfie Posted November 8, 2015 Share Posted November 8, 2015 My mysterious growth-retarded nymph looks like he might be on his way out. He's two years old and still not had his final moult, although he's always eaten well and been active. However in the last two days he has been very limp, constantly flipping himself onto his back, although if you turn him over he will try to walk quite fast, ultimately flipping himself over again, it seems like he has lost proper control of his legs. I've fed him some fruit from a paintbrush, which he took readily. Any ideas what this is, why he's suddenly started doing this? Or any ideas of ways to save him? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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