Pelinobius muticus
@FrDoc they do (albeit like once a year at this size and they hide they evidence by mashing it up and either dumping it in the water dish or stuffing it into a corner of its burrow).
 
@The Grym Reaper Seriously, I obtained mine as a five inch female about two and a half years ago, and I have observed no indication of her ever molting. However, I read this is pretty much the norm. It’s cool to just know she’s in there, and to see some orange feet protruding occasionally.
 
Pretty sure our native Selenotypus is pretty muxh pur equivalent of Pelinobius, in both appearance and molting. I got a sling 2 years ago and now its hit a massive 1" DLS
 

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