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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Chris_Skeleton, Jun 2, 2011.
Female Pamphobeteus fortis
H. gigas sling
My pumpkin patch sling molted on Halloween lol.
P.cambridgei juvenile male molted, although looking at the molt it's looking a little girly...
Had a deformed footpad, stayed attached after the molt but the T cast off the leg a few hours later and ate it.
One of my Olios giganteus slings after molting (few days ago)
P. ornata, Pseudhapalopus sp "blue" and probably fifty OBTs molted to 2i
Finally my B smithi moulted
I got a 3/4" Grammostola pulchripes sling back in July and today I saw her for the first time in a while and was happily surprised to see some adult colors kicking in. I did a little bit of searching around and found two molts! She's more about four times the size of the first! This is great to see but also makes me a little said to see her growing so fast as she may be a he. Regardless always good to see a growin T
A. geroldi last night. Scared me though since I lost one of these already. Saw legs sticking up and when I grabbed the cup, the legs were limp. Opened the cup and saw it was the exuvia that was limp not my little one. Anyhow, here's some photos
Oh and the exuvia is still small but tomorrow I'll attempt to sex it, fingers crossed for a female!
Euathlus sp. Red. Holy moly, finally. 1/4" to 3/8", woo!
One of my Nhandu Chromatus slings molted today!
My P. Sazamai molted tonight.
Perfect moult of P. cancerides
0.1 P. chordatus molted sometime in the last couple days
Noticed my A chalcodes sling had a pitch black abdomen, went to the movies, came back and saw a little white ghost in new clothes. Barely missed the action
P. striata right now
One of my Phormingochilus sp akcaya molted, my C. versicolor molted, and my female Avicularia sp rufa molted today
Nhandu tripepii molted and is a female!!
Acanthoscurria geniculata and Idiothele mira slings.