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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by JBarbaresi, May 15, 2018.
Current sling/juvenile enclosures.
One of the n. chromatus that arrived Wednesday molted last night. Should be pushing the 2” mark now.
Pretty sure this meets the definition of being burrowed-in. I suspect a molt coming. P. cambridgei female from Nature’s Exquisite Creatures. We met up in person while the owner was in town for the HERP Show last weekend.
My p. subfusca is in heavy premolt (I suspect today or tomorrow if she hasn’t already molted in the den she built.
I got this enclosure set up for her whenever she emerged from the molt. Should be comfortable in there for a while.
Future p. subfusca.
My p. Cambridgei is also buried-in so I’m expecting a molt from her in the coming weeks. Put this enclosure together while I was at it.
Here’s the p. regalis enclosure as well as a pic of her enjoying a horn worm.