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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Chris_Skeleton, Jun 2, 2011.
Viridasius fasciatus sling molted today!
AF Avicularia aurantiaca.
0.1 Pamphobeteus antinous Big Black
Did she gain much size in that moult, from what you can tell?
1" T. gigas and 3/4" N. tripepii a few days ago. I actually caught both of them in mid moult and got to see them finish. Very cool.
My P. metallica sling moulted, but I'm not sure when. I was surprised since the previous moult was December 13. I noticed its abdomen had shrunk, but the leg span didn't seem significantly changed recently and I couldn't see any sign of a discarded exuvia. Well, I found the stash, confirming a moult. I think it was late December, meaning around 2 weeks between moults.
My little curly hair molted today!! She camera shy at minute so cant get descent pic.. she looks beautiful
In the last few days:
P. antinous (Peru) female
C. versicolor female
O. aureotibialis sling
**Edit** Juvenile female B. emilia just flipped.
My baby tiny B. vagans about doubled in size last night
B. albo #2 molted, and it's a girl! I named her Kaylee:
B. albo #3 also molted last night, but it's still a little small for me to sex:
S. cealceatum, and it's male
Also, my Homoeomma sp. Flame/Fire moulted yesterday. I received it on Sept 7th, and it first moulted in my care on November 3. Then December 4. Now Jan 3. It's a moulting machine after the initial bout of laziness.
Still under 1" DLS though.
P. irminia molted. Not sure when since I just saw the molt. Finger crossed its a female!
I've had 10 molt in the past 14 days, the most recent one being today, my B. hamorii, Misery. She looks to be close to 2" now and showing off those gorgeous colors.
Had my .75” b albo molt a few days ago and yesterday my h. Gabonensis and h. Villosella both molted. The gabonensis looks really cool, but they are both around .5 to .75”
My G Pulchripes molt a few days ago..so excited to watch them grow..
My A. geniculata just molted this morning, she looks to be about 6" maybe a little bigger. The molt itself was just under 6"
JF Pamphobeteus ultramarinus
SAF Crypsidromus sp. boquete
JF Pterinochilus chordatus
JF P. pulcher
JM P. murinus BCF
JF H. laoticus
P. pulcher moulted an hour ago. Seriously, went to dinner and came back to a very white and squishy looking spood.