Last night I checked on Gaia a few times before going to sleep, she seemed rather uncomfortable and spent a short while shifting herself around looking for a decent position to spread out. She'd chosen an ideal spot to moult in; it was high up in the enclosure (no risk of deformities due to falling/cramped conditions), at the back behind leaves (offering her great security) and on the underside of a bramble branch (clear space below). After occasional check-ups I decided to go to sleep as I felt the light I was using to observe Gaia would disturb and frighten her. I woke up this morning to find her hanging from her skin, I was disappointed that I'd missed the main event (as I had the last two times) but she was healthy and beautifully formed.
Her moult heralded the end of her young adult life, she was now an adult and in two to four weeks would start to lay eggs. I will be introducing Firma to her enclosure for brief periods of time starting in around two weeks to ensure that her eggs are fertile and not parthenogenic. If Firma does not take to Gaia I will be looking to find her a male of her own.
I haven't had a chance to take photographs at all yet as I do not want to disturb her, moulting is a very exhausting process and I'm sure she feels vulnerable but I'll see to getting something posted in due course.
Egg notice: We're up to fifteen eggs, I picked out three this morning - a couple were likely laid overnight. Terra is in the middle of laying a fourth egg today.