hundefrau Posted December 30, 2017 Share Posted December 30, 2017 Hey guys, long time no see Guys, I am a bit worried about one of my female A. tesselata nymphs. She is in the process of her final molt, but it's taking quite some time (I believe). She's been at it for about 9 hours now. Is this an "acceptable" duration or should I be worried (they usually molt when I am asleep or at university, so I don't know how long it takes them). My other problem is that she tore of the old skin almost completely. All that's left now are her head and her legs. Are the roaches capable of freeing their head/legs with the rest of the old skin almost completely gone? I also think her intestines are poking through one point of her right side (of her abdomen). I am really scared of losing her and honestly... I don't have much hope for her Thank you in advance~ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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