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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
N. incei and C. versicolor both molted
S. calceatum male matured. He's really small, maybe 4".
My adult female Pamphobeteus sp mascara moulted today and I'm beginning to realise i absolutely adore this species, maybe that's the reason i have a juvenile male also
GBB sling molted today
No one molted today, but my Hapalopus sp. Colombia "large" molted two days ago. Now sitting at 1 3/4." Also, my Lasiodora parahybana molted a couple of days prior. He/she is just about 5" now. Haven't sexed either yet though.
I have a couple of slings in premolt right now, a B. boehmei and B. vagans, and my Cyriocosmus elegans just walled herself in, so guess that one too haha
And just for the hell of it, threw in a pic of my G. pulchra. Believe it's a male, but need to double check.
Someone tossed the old dress last night while I was sleeping and came out of the changing room tonight for approval. @EulersK gotta put her on the keep list
0.1 Poecilotheria rufilata 2yrs/9 molts/8+" EDIT: added molt and changed size
She is gorgeous! I usually don't even like pokies...
0.1 Poecilotheria miranda molted last night after a painfully long time in premolt, she's around 3 inches now.
Juvenile LP just flipped, I hope it goes well.
EDIT: He's done and changed his clothes successfully
Poecilotheria metallica molted (now roughly 3.5" dls)
My tiny Aphonopelma sp montane sling moulted today and to give you an idea of the size I'm dealing with here's the last moult from my Pamphobeteus sp mascara @7" that dot besides it is the new moult from the A sp montane. Add my Thrixopelma sp cajamarca juvenile to the list as it's just surprised me with a moult
Sneaky little P. irminia probably molted today. I saw some bundle of something at the front of it's burrow. I can't confirm anything for sure but it's most likely it's molt.
My T.blondi has flipped. Squeaky bum time.
My 0.0.1 A. geniculata “Jenny” molted this morning. Grr, another that will need rehousing soon because it definitely put on some size this time around. Well, the wife and I will be making a trip to the Container Store this afternoon so I guess I will need to keep an eye out.
P. cancerides and B. cabocla juveniles molted today, and I think I see a molt in my G. pulchripes juvie enclosure through the tiny peephole it left me...but not positive on that one.
Photo attached. Missing Leg IV.
Also, one of my Heteropoda venatorias molted.
Congrats on a successful molt; I'm sure that girl is going to be hungry when she hardens up.
My little B. vagans molted.
Most definitely. She hasn't eaten in months.