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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
Female A. metallica. should be around 6" now
My 3/4" B. boehmei molted yesterday and appears to be 1mm larger. What did I sign up for with these Brachy slings?
And Rhaella molted yesterday evening, so it lost the race by 36-48 hours. And going off the last comment, Tiny the LP grew by leaps and bounds with this last molt, going from 2.25 inches to nearly 3. It grew so much that I ordered it a new enclosure that should be here tomorrow.
Woke up to find my Pamphobeteus antinous sling had moulted, now a confirmed female.
A. avicularia, Morticia.
Not today but she's only just thrown it out.
My 1/4 inch Euathlus sp red molted, and is now 1/4 inch. What a gain!
Edit: It is now 3/8 inch after measuring. My fault.
Found molt skins in both my l.parahybana slings enclosures today. They were underground and look to be a month old. The pictures I got of them today they look to be a 1/2" from a 1/4" when I got them.
Looking like they may go again soon. Very proud day was wondering when they were going to molt.
Do Ts typically molt in their borrows? Looks like these ones I have did. I was shocked when I saw them this morning how different they looked.
They were in their borrows a month.
Kronk sold skin around a month old
More often than not a T will moult in their hides yes. They're "safe" doing it like that. They'll also block off the entrance with sub or think webbing.
If the T sees its enclosure as one big hide then they might moult in the open. My Grammostola Pulchra has just done that. I also had a salmon pink that would moult in the open.
One of my E. sp Red males matured today
That makes sense cause I didn't see them at all and come to think of it they were covered.
Ceratogyrus darlingi just finished.
P. regalis molted!
My adult female Pamphobeteus sp mascara moulted sometime this weekend while I was away. I adore this species
P. cancerides #3
S. calceatum, old grandma who's last molt was 38 months ago.
H. longimanus #2 (scorpion)
My G. pulchripes molted today. Now it's a little bigger and has reddish hairs on its leg.
woke up to a fresh gbb this morning
Muffet, my 2.25" Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens, just flipped onto her back. I can't wait to see what her next outfit looks like (and maybe get her exuviae intact enough for sexing).
L.parahybana #2 sling molted from1/4" to 1/2". Not sure as to when though as she did it under ground. I just found the skin yesterday.