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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
Grammostola iheringi is on her back now.
P. antinous 02
P. antinous 03
Y. diversipes 01
I thought I'd be able to confirm the L. klugi's sex this molt (suspect male) and they had other ideas, so.
Literally sat on the floor in the animal room watching her shed. It NEVER gets old.
Multi tasking. Noticed my Poecilotheria subfusca lowland was out and in a good position. Tape measure. I reckon with her legs flat she'd be 18cm. The little lass has grown some.
All done and dusted. Can't wait to see her out and about in a week or so and see how much size she's put on.
My T.blondi is in premoult too. Exciting times ahead.
Aphonopelma marxi molted today, and tiny S. peerboomi sling too.
Discovered that G. pulchripes had moulted last night or this morning. Her 8th since arriving as a s'ling three years ago this month. Measures somewhere between 3.7 and 3.9 inches. For viewers who may be interested in the the growth rate, below is the spider taken just two days shy of three years ago. Probably was 1/2 inch, but not any more than 3/4.
Piloctenus haematastoma aka sp "red fang" molted.
My C. Versicolor finally molted a couple hours ago. I will post a pic when she get her colors.
I couldnt wait for the full coloration. She still looks pretty, here she is.
I found an exuvia from my Idiothele mira today. It was tiny and in pieces and mixed in with the loose substrate used to create the 'dirt carpet with trap doors' that it has constructed. It may be from two moults ago, I'm not sure. But I found it today so I'm counting it.
1" G.pulchripes sling...finally.
My first T, Avicularia avicularia molted! She went into pre-molt as soon as I got her, so I'm glad that stress is over.
I think she actually molted Wednesday night, but her web hammock was pretty dense, so I couldn't be sure. But, yes, confirmation, she molted!
P. irminia sling.
My Theraphosa blondi came out of hiding for a slurp. Moult within a week or so I reckon.
Caught my Pamphobeteus sp. "Insignis" sling on their back! Gonna have to upgrade their enclosure when they harden up.
0.0.1 Tapinauchenius sp. Caribbean Diamond and 0.0.1 Ybarapora diversipes
It's been so long since I posted here I may be re announcing a couple, but N. incei gold and B. boehmei have both molted fairly recently.
0.1 P. ornata threw out a molt and P. rufilata sling#3. The rufi slings are molting every 50 days like clockwork .
Male P. regalis molted and it's beginning to show the white stripe.
I'm about to have a bigger G. pulchra in the morning! My juvenile just flipped on to its back!