Signs your T is going to moult:
That's pretty much it. Before you have your first moult or two you may not recognise these signs and no one is going to be able to explain them any better. After your first couple of moults, you'll know your T well enough to see the signs coming a mile away (usually, every now and again they like to sneak a moult on you just to keep you on your toes).
- It refuses food in a situation it normally eats.
- For new world Ts with a bald spot (and young slings as well), you can see the new abdominal skin beneath the old, i.e., their abdomen get much darker.
- You see your T spinning a moulting hammock or mat.
- You find your T laying on its back.