- Mar 8, 2009
My ~2" female Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens decided it was time to molt and flipped onto her back yesterday morning. At first, I noticed some movement from her per usual during a molt, but now she has been on her back for going on 36 hours and she hasn't even popped her carapace. There doesn't seem to be any movement from her. Is there any hope for her at all or do I have a dead spider on my hands?