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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
Both my new Cyriocosmus leetzi and my new Euthycaleus colonicus.
G. pulchripes, Munnin on 5/7/17
B. vagans, Timid and C. versicolor, Hyde on 5/8/17
My Pamphobeteus sp mascara and I think it is a female
Unfortunately the beautiful sling colours are all but disappeared, but it is a beautiful spider nevertheless. I can't wait until the next molt when the adult colouration will likely become visible!
My C versicolor molted today. Stil very fragile going to wait til tomorow before atempting to get the molt for sexing. My p irminia female molted yesterday giving me a nice molt. Having good luck with the females lately!
I have an H sanguiniceps that arrived a month ago with only 4 legs (it molted in transit).
I jut pulled an exuvia from its enclosure. From what I can see it regrew all its limbs.
Been a bust few days, I. hirsutum #4 sub adult female, T. sp "Costa Rica" sling, and P. atrichomatus adult female
1 1/2in P. ornata sling molted, lil thing only ate once in the 2 months we've had it, will be nice to watch his/her appetite pick up.
0.1 Nhandu chromatus #1 (Nandine) I can just get a glimps of her in her hide. She was on her back yesterday evening and is now showing me a fluffy red butt. Hope, the rest of her is ok, too.
Don't worry they're just as beautiful as adults
A surprise moult from my B albiceps and it's actually grown
Hey! I'm on the list today Ya hoo! My A. Purpurea .5" sling molted. I Love Pinktoes!
Its a full moon so the moults are coming thick and fast. There has been too many to post. But here are a couple pics of fresh dresses today.
My largest female moulted just as the MM I bought to pair with another fresh female was delivered. She must have known a gentleman caller was coming round.
My Avicularia metallica sling that fell from it's hammock and lost 2 legs in it's last moult 4 months ago just moulted and looks to have all it's legs
My second Y. diversipes followed suit and molted today!!
Neoholothele incei juvie.
My G. pulchripes finally flipped... It'll probably take another 6 months to complete the moult.
Crazy how the moult cycle of a 2" T managed to last as long as my subadult A. geniculata's last one.
B. albo juvie molted a few days ago and the P. subfusca lowland molted on wednesday night
She's out and now a confirmed female so worth the wait.
1x Y. diversipes
1x P. antinous BB
4x H. himalayana
First .5 "Grape" pulchripes finally molted after several weeks of huge, super shiny and darkish butt. IT'S FUZZY NOW SO CUTE!!!11!!