My Grammostola Pulchripes, appears to be in premolt again. She last molted on May 24th of this year. Before that it was May 25th 2016. I wonder if the change in diet, enclosure and temps have anything to do with this possible premolt. She's in a nice 10 gallon enclosure, and has webbed the entire place, it looks beautiful. She appears very comfortable underneath her retreat, which she has just now in the last few days, sealed off. Usually, she's pretty active, but doesn't climb the sides, she's very mellow in this enclosure. She also stopped feeding, and showed me the threat posture, when presented with both half inch and one inch dubia roaches. I've been feeding her every week, Mon, wed, and friday, since May 30th. Her diet consists of only dubia roaches, all have been gut loaded. I can see that on the inside of the retreat, she's spun a web mat, and just like last premolt, she's losing fuzzy hairballs on her abdomen and brushing them around the mat. The skin underneath is dark. It's been a humid, hot summer, and upstairs in my tiny room it gets probably in the mid seventies, when the computer has been running a long time. It's cooler out in the hallway. I'm just surprised that she could be in premolt again so fast. If she does molt I hope it isn't a fatal premature molt, like I've seen on youtube.