Advertisement Hi I bought a brachypelma vagan a while ago. She is having her first molt with me (I think!). I can see into her hide in two places where there are small gaps. A few days ago, after having been out of her hide constantly for about 3weeks, she went into her hide. When I peeked through a gap I thought it looked like her leg was upside down. I googled and saw that being upside down when they molt is normal. The following morning I couldn't see her as she must have been tucked up tight in the corner. That night it looked like she was upside down again in the centre. Then in the morning she looked squashed sideways against a gap. Now I can see a long upside down leg again. When I googled it seemed that a molt took between 15 minutes to 3 hours. It also suggested it is a very delicate time and not to interfere etc. Now that it seems to be going on for days should I take the top off her hide and check her? What am I looking for? What do you think is going on? She is obviously moving around and changing positions overnight then staying in that position for a while Today she has stayed in the same upside down position. So has gone from moving about to being still for 24 hours now. It seems common advice being given is to leave her alone. I can do that! But how long before it's really time to be worried ?