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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
B. emilia and Nhandu chromatus slings molted
Nhandu tripepii female in heavy pre-molt
2nd Pseudhapalopus sp. "Blue" sling and all but four of the thirty-five incei babies are done.
Not yet. It´s still a very small sling, currently in it´s third moult.
Haven´t clearly seen her since the moult though, so can´t tell for sure how her colours are looking right now
Theraphosa stirmi sling
My Brachypelma Hamorii molted Yesterday
just few minutes after found her drinkin
Last week also my Caribena Versicolor molted
2nd Avicularia purpurea
B. cabocla juvenile just finishing up
FINALLY my P. metallica molted! It hadn't molted since I received it on March 1. Looks like it went well.
Nhandu tripepii molted.
A surprise moult from my Theraphosinae sp Cuzco today
My juvenile female GBB moulted today and all went well. I'm really relieved right now, because that girl had me worried quite a bit.
I was suspecting that she had a problem with her sucking stomach, because whenever I fed her a cricket she killed it, but on the next day I would always find the whole cricket intact in her enclosure and her abdomen didnt really got much bigger.
She also didn't lay down any webbing since I got her back in march. (Not even a moulting-mat, which seemed a bit weird)
Looking forward to see how she will be doing after this moult.
P rufilata. P stirata. P ornata.
Tapinauchenius sp. 'Caribbean Diamond'
G. Pulchra molted this morning, about an 1" big now.
Backyard wild caught stone centipede, Lithobius forficatus molted.
My Brachypelma smithi juvenile decided to join the moulting party today
Grammostola pulchra male molted.
My G. pulchra sling which has been in premolt seemingly forever finally molted today. Looks to be about 1" now. There looks to be a very very tiny flap on the molt to the naked eye, but I'm unable to identify anything under the microscope, so it will remain unsexed (probably for many more months to come)
My LP refused it's last meal, and is finally starting to get a dark grey abdomen, so that should molt soon. Hoping I can finally sex it.
Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus, she's put on a lot of size this time.
Pterinochilus lugardi sling. That makes it 6 molts in the past week.