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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
bunches of H. sp Columbia lg
My second Singapore Blue molted recently? I can't find any exuvium
but it still might be in his burrow. He's very bold all of a sudden but he scrunched when I took the photo. My first one is shy and I may not
get photo till next molt.
Whilst I wait for my Grammostola iheringi and Pamphobeteus antinous to moult thought I'd share this. Yes I know she's not a tarantula but I've just watched my Nephila madagascarensis moult. Absolutely unbelievable. Video in my spider thread.
My A. geniculata sling gave me a molt just before I went to work!
The molt isn't much more than an inch to an inch and a half in DLS, but looks male upon inspection. I'd be sad, but if that's the case then at least I know finding him a date shouldn't be too difficult.
Nhandu coloratovillosus #2 just scared the hell out of me with this sight, he looked stuck at first. He's still moving and seems to be progressing, although not as fast as I would hope. Gonna leave him alone and keep an eye on him. Upright molts always make me nervous.
Edit: Went great with no problems whatsoever. Definitely gonna need a rehouse when he hardens up.
My GBB sling is flipping now.
Stopped it playing Fortnite?
I decided to take the word flipped and use it as throwing a fit, getting mad etc.
Still not understanding what you mean. I said my sling is flipping to moult. How does that apply to what you are saying? I'm confused.
What is fortnite? Is that the amount of time it takes to moult?
I'm still not understanding. Lol. It's whatever.
Replied to your pm.
Looks like he fell over trying to take off pants that were too tight, or possibly while drunk.
Out of my list of 'waiting fors,' my A. geniculata and L. parahybana both upgraded themselves.
The Tapinauchenius is super moody, and usually gets extremely defensive when close to a moult. Basically threat posture cart-wheeled when I opened the enclosure to drop some water on the webbing.
My GBB molted some time on Star Wars Day and just last night my A. avic molted. I guess they can tell it's getting warmer out.
Just found my female P. muticus chilling out next to a molt. First molt in 2 years, probably sitting over 6".
Now comes the struggle of trying to retrieve it.
Enormous female P. cambridgei and C. fimbriatus sling.
B. albopilosum (NF)
T. sp. 'Panama'
C. cyaneopubescens molted a couple weeks ago.
B. boehmei molted a few days ago. The black is starting to come in and really makes the orange pop. So pretty.