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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Chris_Skeleton, Jun 2, 2011.
Thrixopelma ockerti- Female
Muffet (my juvenile male Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens) surreptitiously molted within the last 24 hours. It's kind of funny, because just last night, I was noticing how he had reinforced the webbing of his main retreat, so I couldn't see him as well. I guess I now know why.
I can't see him well right now, but I look forward to seeing if he has changed colors. (Previously, the carapace was a bluish orange, so I wouldn't be surprised if it turned blue.)
My 7/8 inch B. emilia just molted and is now 15/16ths of an inch. Sigh. I honestly don't know which species grows more slowly, B. emilia or Euathlus sp. red.
On the plus side, you can see the adult coloration very slightly now, and it's among my favorite tarantula patterns.
A sp Peru purple. Good month.
My P. rufilata molted yesterday
My first experience with a molt was yesterday! P.irminia sling before molt 2.5cm almost doubled in size.
Phormictopus sp. green, subadult female - still not green
Pseudhapalopus sp "Blue" immature male about 3.5" and little female E. campestratus
My adult female Chromatopelma cyaneopubesens just finished
It must be xmas as my B albiceps as given me a surprise moult. Add my B albo to the list also
My female Tapinauchenius cupreus molted today, the skin on the right her foot on the left lol
Juvie female B. emilia finally flipped.
0.1 P. lugardi