Advertisement My P. irminia juvie seemed to molt successfully (her dirt-curtains were towards the clear plastic so I have been able to spy on her just by turning the enclosure around) but today I found she had finally crawled out of her hide... and died in a classy death curl. Oh well. I think there was some issue caused by the molting, there was a weird brown spot near her lungs, it didn't seem to be part of the old molt... But it doesn't really matter, dead is dead. I was already a bit worried when she started to molt, since she seemed a lot thinner than my other T's when she begun the premolt and refused food, sad to see my worries becoming true. She's been around only few months and this was her first molt under my care, but it's still a bummer to lose her this way. I don't have that many T's but all of them have survived their molts before this! Now I'll have to figure out what to do with her enclosure... maybe I'll get something new when the spring comes. I have enjoyed the psalmos very much so far, I also have P. cambridgei and P. reduncus, which I'm keeping about the same (and they both are doing perfectly fine).