I'd agree with this, and add that females mated too soon after molting are famous for molting again soon afterwards, possibly as a result of some damage incurred during the premature mating.Originally posted by Devildoll
Yes they can, and they do.
Though this hasn't been documented as much w/ arachnids as it has w/ reptiles, I have personally watched it happen and so have a number of experienced keepers i know.
I could provide examples, but i'm lazy.\
They will still need some time between molts, but they will have a quicker molt cycle if they are injured or had a bad molt.
Originally posted by ACoopBB24
what about fangs.... do u think that if the fangs got damaged or sunthin during the molt...then it could "force" molt to set everything strait? im asking this b/c this may have happend with my usambara.
thanx for all the replies!