Man in arms service has a female Theraphosa Blondi that is struggling with molting. She has not molted in two years. She has started to molt but has stopped for an unknown reason. Only certain sections of the exoskeleton are coming off. She is also kept in a very humid environment, is constantly kept with plants,and has a supply of water at all times. Obviously, the problem cannot be a humidity problem. As of now, she is contained in an "ICU," more or less a small, enclosed environment with moist paper towels. As of now she is not being fed. The owner is away in the army with no internet access so please offer as much advice as possible. Thankyou and God bless.