Advertisement I know there are threads on this, but I'm so worried. I got my first T only a few weeks ago. She is a confirmed female brachypelma vagans. I researched the heck out of them before I got her. I love her so much. She's a big girl. Anyway, last night before I left for work I checked on her. (this was about 7pm as I work nights) I saw she was in her hide on her back. Ok. Deep Breath. I figured she is molting. I didn't recognize the signs earlier because I had just put her in a new enclosure and thought she was just getting accustomed to it. Anyway, I left and went to work. Got home 30 mins ago (now 4am) and she is still on her back and looks to be in the same position. She doesn't seem to be moving at all. Her body/exoskeleton doesn't appear raised up at all either (like she's been pushing it up) I am so worried. I don't know when exactly this all started, but assuming she only got on her back shortly before I discovered her last night, it means she's been in the same position for like 9+ hours. I'm also worried there may be a cricket hiding in her hide. I searched her enclosure and didn't see one, but what if one is in her hide with her? I'm so worried. I don't want to lift the hide to see though. I did shine a light just enough to see and didn't see one but what if it is under her hurting her??? I'm sorry... i'm just so worried. I love her so much and it is worrying that it has been so long and no movement. I thought the legs would at least be moving a bit...??? I feel like a Mom waiting for her child to emerge from major surgery.