Dat Horn (♀ Ceratogyrus marshalli)
This is the only time I've been able to take pictures of my pet hole since I got her in October 2017.
@Mychajlo I thought she was in pre-molt, because she didn't grab the roach I put at her entrance, but I tried feeding her again after taking this photo, and she took it. (She last molted on 4/15/2018.)
 
i dunno...adults can get really fat and go surprisingly long between molts.

ungoliant, mine literally never hides..as visible as my hamorii or gbb...haha
 
@cold blood This enclosure has a lot more vertical space than horizontal space, so that may be a contributing factor.

It's also possible that she spent her whole life cramped in the deli cup she was in when I bought her, and now she is making up for it by digging to China.

Well, at least she is a happy, healthy pet hole.
 
@Ungoliant I think she’s gonna be popping soon, from what I’ve experienced with my Marshalli is she’s eat once or twice before molting and she looked just like yours does, with that purple showing through
 
@Mychajlo mines looked like that for over a year, only 4 times fatter...last molted a year and a half ago...i doubt she will molt before spring.
 

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