Okay, so John is moulting, and I'm so excited. ^_^ I discovered this accidentally when I pulled the water dish out of the tank to wash it and change the water in it, and there he was, all exoskeletonless. I nearly had a heart attack, my partner noticed him before I did, and said there looks like there's a dead crab in the tank, and I checked, and it was just his exoskeleton. Since I wasn't sure I could put the water dish back in the tank without disturbing his hole, I took him and his exo out, and put it in another glass tank, with a warm, damp fashwasher over it, to keep the heat and humidity in, and some food and waters for him. I check on him every now and then by lifting the cloth up, and he doesn't seem to be dead, and it looks like he's eating his exoskeleton. Did I do the right thing in taking him out of the tank, or should I have left him in there and put the water dish elsewhere? It's just that he'd burried down next to the water dish, with no sand between him and it, and I wasn't sure he'd be able to rebury himself, since he hasn't reburried himself in iso. Still, I'm excited, and he doesn't seem to be exhibiting any signs of deathness or anything, and he's moving around quite a bit. He's gone kind of pale white, so do I put him back in the main tank when he's finished his exoskeleton, after I've given him a bath, or do I wait a little bit after it, to make sure his new exo has hardened enough??