Waiting on the rosea to molt

Chris_Skeleton

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I have spent the last two hours watching my G. rosea on it's back with no movement. I came home to find it like that so I don't know when it got like that because I was gone for a few hours. It had problems with its first two legs (one missing and the other injured) so this will finally fix them. :D Just wish it would hurry up :wall:
 

Chris_Skeleton

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I woke up this morning and she was out so I don't know the exact time she finally came out, but she was on her back for HOURS.
 

Teal

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Reminds me of the time I was supposed to go hang out with friends, but noticed one of my Ts had flipped when I checked everyone before I went to leave. It was back in the day, when I'd only experienced a molt or two, so I figured I'd watch the molt then go hang out... this was 10-11 p.m. at night .......

By 5:30 a.m., it was finally over LOL They can take forever sometimes!

 

sharpfang

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Obviously

You were Not Holding your breathe :p My daughter's Rosea finally molted again....just the Other day....Maybe it will choose to eat, This year now :p - LOL

- Jason
 
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