- May 6, 2017
Hello, I have a Lasiodora Parahybana that I have taken over the care of from my friend who has joined the military. This is both my friend's first as well as my first T, so I am still pretty new to all of this. My friend says that the last time the T molted was somewhere around June 2016, and I got the spider from him in September. Since then it has made a molting mat and crawled onto its back twice, once sometime in the winter and again yesterday. Each time, after 20-30 minutes, it will flip itself back upright and act like nothing has happened. The T is moving around like normal, it's coloration hasn't changed, no bald spot on it's abdomen, and it's still eating, so I don't see any obvious signs of pre-molt. Anyone know why it is doing this?