Hermie escape artist wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 23, 2019 10:07 pm
Look sweety I'm busy... so when I post try to post to the best of my knowledge .. yes I did change my amount of months on the molt cause I wasnt positive...and I found a date on something that I could keep track ... are u serious???? Right now .... I've been putting g water on the side more than 1 cup ... and it hasnt seeped in to the center I'm writting what I'm experiencing I was asking and wondering if there was more or something else I could do and your really coming at me ...almost RELAX
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Whatever happened to your poor crab?? The "look sweety I'm busy" really irks me. I have been working more hours and rotating shifts in one of the most stressful jobs you'd imagine yet I just survived multiple bacterial blooms along with my current issues thanks to this forum and have been posting updates as best I can for others. You have been receiving advice on your situation.
In the same post you quoted; this was written... "I would gently move the sand, kind of sweeping it aside with your fingers as you go through the tank. If the crab is alive, you will need to have a tank with proper conditions, heat and humidity, substrate, fresh and salt water, healing foods, etc."
You've been getting advice as well as the ability to follow your gut feelings RE your situation. It's now November. Any updates on what you have or have not done so any of us could possibly try to help further? It is the internet. Take the advice you can and follow your instincts
I truly hope this all ended well. And, if so, I hope you have learned to monitor the substrate along with humidity and temperature, etc in the process. Maybe this thread hit a nerve with me as I'm dealing with electrical issues and hoping my one that buried is able to successfully molt after me lifting and moving things including the tank itself with this crab still buried.
Provide an update if you can and you will receive some of the best advice you will get here. Good luck with your crab and I will check back as soon as I can, but will find the time to address any concerns you have that I can help with. Wishing your crab the best!