try and raise the temp slightly too if it's on the cooler side (aim for about 24/25°C). Keep us updated buddy, and like @Enn49 says, they do sometimes moult vertically for some reason. Probably they feel they can push more against a hard surface like glass?I've misted one side of her enclosure and dampened her substrate to try and raise the humidity to see if that helps
Hi Phil I will put heater on in the room
Hopefully on the way to a moult now. assume you didn't mean 30 hours with legs sticking out?Hi guys quick update she is still in same position just watered substrate and she moved her front legs but I'm convinced she is stuck in the molt i just don't know what else to do to help her. I can see about 14 legs but unsure which are the new ones the carapace is detached but still on her same as abdomen can partly see new abdomen but old one still on her also so not sure if she is still attached to her old exo skeleton
sorry but that's the best I can do due to her positionCan you put a picture of where you think she is stuck? It maybe possible to spray her down and help to remove some stuck moult if it's not to bad but it's not something you want to attempt without getting right advice first- that's if it is stuck?