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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
B. albo #3 molted, and is now 3/4 inch. This is one of Jose's Nicaraguan slings. Looking forward to seeing how fluffy it gets.
Makes me wonder if mine did now?
Juvie female A. metallica and Kochiana brunnipes sling
What a stud.
Wow the colors! almost like tie dye only more beautiful
A. geroldi molted again finally. Little brat has webbed the lid though so pictures are difficult.
2x O. sp. hati hati
2x E. Murinus
0.1 Theraphosinae sp. Panama
0.0.1 Pelinobius muticus - wont be sexing this one. Again.
Just got to watch a molt from my A. geniculata from beginning to end. First time ive been able to do that, so it was exciting! Still need another molt or two to see the spermethecae with a scope, but maybe (hopefully) next time!
How is your T doing after this
About how spiders do ! Gettin around good. Will be dropping a roach as soon as she hardens up.
Aphonopelma vorhiesi male matured and my P. vittata molted to fix a bad molt he had just under two months ago. Went from just four limbs up to nine.
My g.rosea Marsha molted overnight. I knew she was going to molt anytime. Third molt in 3 weeks from my Ts. Molted from 1/2" to 3/4".
I am sure she feels much better she looked so uncomfortable.
Next molt lol!
My g.pulchipres sling is flipped 2nd molt today, 4th in 3 weeks and the second of my new little ones to molt.
About to have Golden Freddy 2.0.
Pelinobius muticus sling
1 and 3/4 inch B. boehmei molted last night and is now 2 inches. It has been confirmed to be female with the molt, and I have named her Ginger. Looking forward to many years with this stunning beauty.
My Euathlus sp. red sling finally molted! It's been kinda freaking me out since it's my smallest spider and currently holds the fasting record at almost 4 months without eating now. Hopefully it will finally eat now. Also, it developed an urticating hair patch.
Always liked that name
0.1 Ceratogyrus meridionalis
0.0.1 Harpactira sp. danielskuil
1.0 Harpactira namaquensis
0.0.1 Pamphobeteus solaris
Adult female Phixotrichus scrofa, definitely an underrated species IMO, my phone camera doesn't do her bright red and metallic gold justice..