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Little thing newly molted. Thoughts?

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PelesAsher, Jun 14, 2019
    • Drea
      Sorry, it’s still too small for me to guess. :( but it’s cute as a button.

      Did the darn little thing eat it’s molt?

      PS I will forever call this one Little Thing and naming my quarter size T. strimi Little Thing too. Haha
    • PelesAsher
      it didn't eat its molt, i'm just getting so lazy with sexing the little ones. i know she will molt in another 30 days and it will be just that much easier. I was trying to speed through unraveling it before work (like a spaz). Aww, I will have to name her Little Thing in my T app. Thanks for taking a peek. I love all of my little babies.
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    • Drea
      @PelesAsher you are keeping the name! I don’t know why but that makes me really happy. :D

      The T app is not on the IPhone so I have an old fashion pen and journal. I have been getting lazy with that too and I have misses a few molts for the littles. The bigger ones are easy enough to track since they don’t molt as often. But still.
      I forgot to write down two breeding project dates. :(
    • PelesAsher
      @Drea i hate when i miss a date. Im sorry! Im sorta neurotic so the app totally helps. I hope someone makes an apple version soon and yes Im keepin the name.
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    • Drea
      @PelesAsher I am pretty sure I have touch of OCD so I have been backing tracking to get the dates entered. Haha so sad but true. And they are Slings so there is no real reason other than knowing growth rate.
    • Drea
      PS love the name! :)
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