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It's over! Yea!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by T lynn, Jan 18, 2004.

  1. T lynn

    T lynn Arachnopeon

    Well she finished her molt and boy am I glad ! LOL All went well but it sure looks difficult to me I think she will enjoy her much needed rest.She is my first T that I got .So I very happy all went alright. Lynn
  2. BBlack

    BBlack Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Nice one!

    I've seen to T's molt so far, but I don't think I'll ever get tired of watching it. It's a small miricle every time.
  3. It is a extremely amazing thing to watch, once it actually starts... Some of my adult have been on their backs a good 7-8 hours before there's any outward evidence they are making progress. Once they "crack" it goes rather quickly... It's that period while they are on their backs occasionally twitching, hour after seemingly endless hour, that causes us the worries and doubts. And admit it, we all get worried when we catch them laying on their backs, and after 3-4 hours with them in that position, we get even more anxious and worried about how they are doing... I often think it's better for them, and me, if I find out about the molt after they are finished...

    Of course, you miss all those great photo opts though :D