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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Chris_Skeleton, Jun 2, 2011.
P. miranda sling.
My A vorhiesi molted recently.
0.1 Pamphobeteus nigricolor, now adult. The molt was 6.25" and still subadult. People said P. nigricolor is supposed to be one of the smaller Pamphos, but I'm not sure she knows that.
Also P. irminia threw out a molt - she must have molted sometime last week or even before that. She was pretty well webbed in, so I couldn't see anything.
That makes female #6
1 N. chromatus, the other 2 are not far behind.
2 LPs, another is in heavy premolt so should be molting any day.
M. balfouri finally molted, unfortunatey tore the molt trying to sex it... better luck next time.
2 A. geniculatas
2 Hapalopus sp. colombia large
1 P. irminia and another in premolt.
Tis the season
Ornithoctonus aureotibialis as we speak
Mine did last night too. These look fanstastic when freshly moultsd,huh? The black is so deep and he fringes contrast. Wow <3
They really are amazing. I'll post a pic the minute I get the chance
Good luck ahahah this is best I could get when went to take exuviae
Running down the hole again as soon as touch the lid
I'm in luck since I recently rehoused it and it has no tunnel yet Only sort of a circular trench around the walls of the enclosure
My A. metallica molted
1.0 Avicularia purpurea
2x P. murinus BCF
1x Pamphobeteus antinous
1x Pamphobeteus costa
2x O. sp blue panay
Woke up to find bother my ~2" B. Vagans and my 1.5" H. Gigas Both had Molted today!
finally get to test out my new microscope to see if either are Female! didn't have time to get and pictures as i noticed it this morning while rushing to get ready for work but ill be sure to post some tonight.
My B. sabulosum molted last night.
Ive been waiting to post here, and I finally have the chance. I woke up to my A. avic holding on to his exuviae by his little pink toes. He just popped em out and is good to go. This is the first molt ive had in my care, and i only got to see three minutes of it
Edit: forgot the picture thats barely visible because of all the WEBBING.
Tapinauchenius sanctivincenti #1. I nearly didn't buy my 3 slings, because the color is a bit washed out compared to other Tapis, but now I'm in love. Always out and so active!
Just got home from work to see my B. albopilosum molted. He appears to have grown none at all.
D. pentaloris #5 @ 2" and a female!!