Hey guys, just a quick question about a rosie that we keep at our pet store. We'd had her for about a week and I was pretty sure she was coming up on a molt (she was webbing, not eating, etc...) and so I had her set up and waiting to go when some random that has a couple of geckos at the store decided to put in four crickets with the spider and leave. So for my two days off the spider was probably stressed out and trying to find a good place to molt and ended up starting to molt in a standing position. The next day when I got in I flipped her gently and she came out of the molt ok, no missing legs and with her fangs. The question is, it's been close to four/five days since her molt and she cannot support herself and lift herself when she walks (she drags herself around) but besides that appears fine, she CAN move and if pretty docile. I don't think this is good and was wondering what you think the problem may be and whether another couple days of drying will help. Also, as a side note, the tank was a little bit too moist for a rosie because the only potting soil I could use to house her was damp (the surface dried before she was in there but the rest is moist) so maybe that has made the drying process take longer? And her joints are all a really shiny grey/white and i've never noticed that in any of my T's and i'm not sure what that means either. Please let me know what you all think!