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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
C. Fimbriatus sling molted today molt is about 1.5"dls.
A. seemanni bcf @4.5-5" female, Theraphosinae sp Costa Rica II male matured today.
Over the past week I had 4 molts: First was my P. Sazamail, B. Albopilosum, N. Chromatus and lastly L. Parahybana. All slings.
0.1 Orphnaecus sp. 'blue quezon'
0.1 Harpactira pulchripes
0.1 Harpactira gigas
Tiny B. hamorii sling, size after molt=still tiny
C. Cyaneopubescens sling sporting new colors.
B. boehmei sling finally decided to change his clothes! He's been in premolt for about a month and a half. Now if only my A. chalcodes sling will end its 4-month premolt....
Xenesthis immanis - adult female
Two this morning for me. First my 2.75 inch A. avicularia and my 1 inch N. incei. Sorry for the blur, i didn't want to disturb them too much. Hoping to sex the Avic if the molt will allow.
My B. albo sling (hobby form) molted finally! The little guy looked like a grape for two weeks. Still waiting on the B. albo Nicaragua to molt.
My Homoeomma sp blue peru just moulted half an hour ago!
One of the AF balfouri moulted and is sporting a nice amount of blue
Mated C . marshalli moulted out
One of the little Y. Sooratema
One of the little P. victori
C. elegans moulted today.. maybe G. pulchripes today too? I'm not sure. B. bohemeii yesterday. I like having Ts to feed again LOL.
@KezyGLA your marshalli lost its hat.
C. versicolor sling molted today. It's still really hiding in the web, so I can't get an exact size or a photo, but I'm guessing a ballpark of 1 and 1/2 inches. The next time it molts, I'll need to rehouse it.
My P. cambridgei just hooked out, guess I need to see about pimping him out soon.
**EDIT** Oh, now he bloody comes out of hiding
Have pics, because.
Miniature K. brunnipes moulted for the second time in my care. Still miniature.
A. merianae moulted... 7 hours after I got her!
N. chromatus molted today. Pretty sure those are lady bits?
Avicularia geroldi, which I've been reading may be misnamed now , and N. incei gold molted the past couple days. I never see more than feet or spinnerets from the incei so that was a nice surprise.
I've been neglecting this thread. probably been 30+ molts since last time I posted, here are today's
0.1 T. violaceus
0.0.1 C. darlingi
0.0.1 A. rufa
0.0.1 Y. diversipes #2
0.0.1 H. cafreriana #2
0.0.1 P. tigrinawesseli (suspect female)