I second this ^ and here is a thread about A. sp. Guatemala. There is a picture in there of one of them molting in its water dish, so it is worth a look. We have found that ours seems to appreciate higher humidity as well.Could well be a sign you need to raise the humidity in the cage. Is the spider on dry substrate? If so, try wetting a portion of the sub (don't make it sopping wet... just damp).
Do you know if you have a true A. seemanni? A lot of Ts being sold as such are actually Aphonopelma sp. Guatamala.
It's a sure sign that, with the advent of winter, the humidity has dropped too low in its cage.hey ya'll still new to this and had a quick question... my A. seemanni or THE STIG as i call it, really likes hanging out on top of the water dish with 1-2 legs always being in the water. Is this normal for them or??
From your pic I'd say you have A. sp. Guatemala, and it looks like quite the kicker from the look of that rump .there is orange spinnerets on her... have a pic up for "proper" identification ... she's back to wandering her cage and setting up her burrow... thank you very much for the information it helped alot