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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
My wee K. brunnipes is now less wee.
Fewwwww! molted yesterday! And I must say. Is it me or did someones legs get longer?
Agh I’m pretty sure my T. plumipes female molted but I’m not too sure. My only view point is a tiny window into her burrow and it looks like there is an exuvia but I’m not sure! Come out already!
This mini Euathlus sp. red ate my speck!
Actually my sling molted recently and finally earned its "sp. red" title after gaining the patch!
My Theraphosa stirmi sling is moulting as I upload this. First time I’ve actually seen a tarantula flip over. It’s been on its back wriggling around for about 4 hours now.
the other Nhandu Chromatus sling finally molted too! after having a shiny butt for a while
Is it just the angle or has the little one buried itself?
Aye, I know. But my Caribena versicolor lass moulted outside her cork bark in her new massive hammock.
Now my Cyriopagopus sp Hati Haiti hooked onto her web before a moult BUT let go. However this lass didn't and actually moulted above the "floor". She was in the air when her carapace popped. She then slid out as normal. Her moving NOT the moult.
It’s ended up slightly buried, but I don’t want to disturb it.
H Mac sub adult getting adult colors!!
& c darlingi sling
Pretty sure my P. subfusca didn't molt today, but it brought the molt out today.
My OBT molted sometime in the last 2 weeks, it was out this evening much bigger and much more orange. To say they grow fast is a major understatement. It's gone from something I almost couldn't see to 2.5 inches in the 7 months I've had it. One more molt and it will be rehoused into it's permanent home.
B. emilia and N. incei (olive) just molted.
My GBB and my A.musculosa have molted and graced me with their presence.
my P.fasciata has gone into hiding and is probably molting or close to it (otherwise she is always outside)
The P Muticus sling molted today! I can’t even tell if it’s grown. It still appears to be the same size with a slightly smaller abdomen. Whew this one makes molasses (aka the B Hamorii) look fast.
Adult female B. boehmei molted early this morning.
my p. cambridgei and n. chromatus a couple days ago
LP and N. chromatus slings molted in the last couple of days
My GBB sling is molting while i type this which means, i guessed it right it was in premolt past week + first time i can see a full molting progress