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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
One of my nine N. incei slings molted.
I've got a baby pen (inkling) that my H.Mac girl is going to shed soon.
Bloody hell. Didn't expect her to shed this quick though.
My mature male brachypelma vagans is on his back
On her back right now H. pulchripes.
No idea when it happened, but my Harpactira marksi finally showed its face today after being burrowed away for weeks! Woo!
Safira, my juvie female P. sazimai:
Lol @Venom1080 there was no optimistic thoughts here. In my mind he was dead as soon as i spotted him. After watching him on his back pulsating and flexing as any T would before molting for about an hour, he simply flipped back to his feet and walked on.
P cambridgei. Second time in a month
P. metallica molted this morning! Gonna be time for an enclosure change once he hardens up, I can't wait!
Pamphobeteus sp "machala" it's been a week or so since it molted but I finally caught a pic while out and about
Adult female Nhandu chromatus. Probably around the 6 inch mark now.
Also male Pamphobeteus sp. machalla. 3 inches-ish now.
P. rufilata molted today She pushed her molt out and is deep in her hidey hole right now. Can't wait to see how big she is!!
C. cyaneo. and N. chromatus.
My 1/8 inch B. albopilosum molted the other day, and is about 1/4 inch now.
Lazy little mare still hasn't thrown her old clothes out.
N. carapoensis sling yesterday
B. boehmei. It's now over 2 inches DLS.
L. parahybana on its back atm. Will be able to sex it finally.