Advertisement The G. rosea that I've had for 1 year and 3 months finally molted. They started refusing food 4 months ago and the past month and a half have been webbing crazily all over. Last night around 10pm I caught them spinning a web mat/cradle in the corner and knew it was time. I woke up this morning around 10am to find the T flipped over… It is now 4pm and the molt isn't finished. I am kind of concerned. Jude looks about halfway? out of the old exoskeleton and just keeps occasionally squirming/struggling/pumping. Now their legs look stiff? Could they be caught ???? Is there anything I can do to help??? It's difficult to tell with the exuvium on top but it also looks like one of the pedipalps or front legs tore off or is injured?