Advertisement My 10-year-old Avicularia avicularia started molting earlier today. Unfortunately, due to the location she is in, and due to her heavy webbing, I can't get any good photos, so I will do my best to describe it. I think what happened is that she molted in a place that was too cramped for her to push the old exoskeleton off of her body. Her hind legs, where there was more space, are free, but she has not made any progress with her front legs in the four hours I've been checking on her. (On her left side, the front legs are still completely in the old legs.) I fear that her chelicerae and palps are also stuck. I pulled the cork away from the wall to give her some more room and added additional humidity to the container. (She should be well hydrated, as I saw her take a long drink just last week.) I doubt there is anything I can do for her if she can't at least get her face out, but is there anything else I should be doing?