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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
Avicularia braunshauseni sling molted yesterday evening. Finally. Been waiting forever for it to molt seems like.
Not today.. actually yesterday night... It took food like 2 days ago and yesterday found her like that
I have been really stressing over the last couple weeks about my C. Darlingi sling. I shouldn't have been. I've had sling go through the premolt and molting phase. I guess maybe because it's my smallest sling ( ~1/4 in size) I have been worried about complications. Which might explaine why I woke up at 00:30 EST in the gosh darn morning. But I digress.
I went to check on my Ts as I often do and,behold! My C. Darlingi is molting. . ! Upright instead of upside down. Well at least it's finally molting. . . though my blurry,sleepy eyes had trouble discerning just what in suffering succutash it was up to on its belly. . .
Cyriopagopus schmidti just molted
A not so great picture of my little C. Darlingi a few hours after molt was completed.
Harpactira dictator - moulted out
Pterinochilus chordatus - subadult female
Theraphosa blondi - now 4th moult. looking female.
Hapalopus sp. Colombia molted today. Looks to have gained a little size on this molt.
B. albopilosum molted yesterday evening, and it's a boy! I named him Mr. Miyagi.
I saw some translucent feets sticking out of my P. fasciata juvie's dirt curtain, and lo and behold they finally molted. They gained significant size too, at least the legs certainly are longer, I didn't see the rest of them.
N incei sub adult female moulted last night
I woke up to my GBB sling, Nemo, finally molting his morning. It’s been off food for almost 3 weeks and as much as I know tarantulas are fine to do that I was starting to worry.
Perhaps now the thing will have hairs to kick at me, it kicked them all off ages ago
Bad pic, but obviously I don’t want to disturb the T
I have had this one since last May. Less than 1 inch when I got him, today 3 1/2"
Brachypelma Emilia unsexed. Molted yesterday 2/23/2018. Photo included
Woke up to two molted slings. B.Hamorii and N.coloratovillosus. The Nhandu seems to have gained some serious size but won't know for sure until I see it stretched out. Definitely going to need a rehouse though!
I've been waiting ages for my Pamphobeteus antinous to moult. Still waiting, but my Pamphobeteus sp Costa has just flipped.
All done. Phew.
little baby Nikyta my Ceratogyrus sp. Sling just molted and I think I see a little horn coming in!!! I can’t wait to find out if she’s a male or a female and I can’t wait to finally find out what Ceratogyrus species she is. I bought her as a “Horned Baboon” no idea which one
Upright. She looks to have retained her beautiful colourful carapace and has put on a fair amount of size.
Alright, so all of my T's are premolt and the last one I expected to molt was my P. metallica. Last night I saw it hanging out down below and I kind of knew.
So I ended up going to bed (I'm sick and I need to get to work so unfortunately I couldn't stay up and watch). Woke up to this.
This big girl just flipped about ten minutes ago - G. iheringi
I'll post again once she's flipped back over.
Here's one of my H. laticeps having its post molt feed, A. geniculata because why not - it's a good day as all my T's that were offered prey are now chowing down.
That was 11 that were offered and 11 that took their prey - happy days!