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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by BoyFromLA, Nov 5, 2017.
Grammostola pulchripes molted, and it was successful one. Though I wasn’t able to witness the process, but it’s all good.
Two of tarantulas molted while I was sleeping, and both were successful one. First is Lasiodora difficilis. It was in pre molt for about two weeks or so I believe. Second is Ephebopus murinus. First molt under my care, so happy to see it happened.
• Lasiodora difficilis
• Ephebopus murinus
I came home from work, and found another molt happened. This time, it’s
Ornithoctonus aureotibialis. Due to the slight webbing that’s placed inside of the enclosure, I am having a hard time to tell wether it was successful one or not, but I surely can tell it molted.
Yet another molt happened today, and this time it’s Psalmopoeus irminia.
Encyocratella olivacea is now resting right next to it’s old skin. So lovely.
I find it so cute when tarantulas take their molt outside and throw it away on their own.
Ephebopus cyanognathus molted probably yesterday or a day before, which I didn’t realize at all, and what I found today is it’s old skin, isn’t it so cute?
Awww, it’s just too cute. “Look, look! I molted!” It’s like, “mommy mommy I drew this!”
Chilobrachys fimbriatus took out it’s old skin outside of the burrow.
It seems like molting is the hot trending topic among my tarantulas lately. This time, Brachypelma albopilosum is getting ready to molt!
Two more tarantulas are molted, and molted successfully. First one is Brachypelma hamorii, and second one is Thrixopelma ockerti. Lovely.
Aphonopelma bicoloratum, first molt under my care. How much it grew? I am not quite sure, it still looks tiny.
I rehoused Ornithoctonus aureotibialis into larger enclosure, so it can burrow deeper if it wants to. Now I am so curious if it will yet again construct another mountain like burrow structure or not.
Since I now have an empty enclosure, I rehoused Thrixopelma ockerti as well.
Lasiodora difficilis is rehoused. So many rehousing this week, and I am so happy that my tarantulas are growing in sizes!
Yes, I will be adding a water dish of course. I always give it some time for my tarantulas to play with dirts awhile before I add a water dish.
Just arrived at home from three and a half hours of driving through horrible traffic, with the new tarantula I got from @JoeRossi, 1/4” Aphonopelma mooreae. I am so looking forward to see it growing into beautiful tarantula.
Pterinochilus murinus molted. It molted probably while I was asleep. I can clearly see that it gained some sizes, and I should consider for rehousing it into larger enclosure.
No more tiny tarantula it is! Grammostola pulchra molted again, and it’s now about 1” or larger. I am just so happy that it’s growing into awesome tarantula!
Many molts happened since, and it only means one thing, it’s time to rehouse. So I did rehouse two of my tarantulas, which are Grammostola pulchripes, and Chilobrachys Sp. Electric Blue.
Two molts, one happened yesterday, and one happened today. They are Ephebopus murinus, and Hysterocrates laticeps. I tried to take a few pictures, but one is extremly skittish, and one is in deep burrow. Below are the best shots so far.
Honestly, I cannot quite tell what I am seeing exactly, but my best guess is that Monocentropus balfouri molted.
Today, I rehoused Psalmopoeus irminia, and Hysterocrates laticeps. Since both molted twice already, and needed much spacious enclosures, today was the day to move them into larger enclosures.
• Psalmopoeus irminia
• Hysterocrates laticeps
I finally rehoused Encyocratella olivacea into new enclosure. Old enclosure had huge problem with mold, so much so that it was literally out of control. I feel so much better now.
• Old enclosure
• New enclosure
• Encyocratella olivacea
Hey bro, just came across you diary and man I love it xD I have a GBB the size of webbie on your first post, they start so tiny. Post a picture of him please im curious to see how big he is now