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Who molted today?

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.

  1. The Grym Reaper

    The Grym Reaper Arachnotank Arachnosupporter

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    P. muticus sling, and my SAF L. nigerrimum surprised me with a moult as well.

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  2. DanBsTs

    DanBsTs Not Even Cool Arachnosupporter

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    0.0.1 Thrigmopoeus truculentus
    0.0.2 A. avicularia
     
  3. buzz182

    buzz182 Arachnosquire Active Member

    0.0.1 D.pentaloris 1.5" sealed herself up a couple of weeks ago re-appeared today looking for food.
     
  4. lostbrane

    lostbrane Arachnoknight Arachnosupporter

    L. parahybana was finishing up molting before I left for work this morning.
     
  5. DanBsTs

    DanBsTs Not Even Cool Arachnosupporter

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    My C. sp namtok phlio #2 is on its back as I type this. First time it’s molted since I got it.:nailbiting: Still get a little anxious when my slings are molting.
     
  6. Greasylake

    Greasylake Arachnoprince Active Member

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    Your what now?
     
  7. DanBsTs

    DanBsTs Not Even Cool Arachnosupporter

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    Chilobrachys sp namtok phlio.
     
  8. Greasylake

    Greasylake Arachnoprince Active Member

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    Do you have pictures? I've never heard of this species until now.
     
  9. DanBsTs

    DanBsTs Not Even Cool Arachnosupporter

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    I haven’t been able to get any good pics of them but I have them on video if you want to check it out.

    I’m super excited to see what they look like as adults. They have a sort of purple iridescence when you shine a light on them. From what I understand they are brand new in the states. I saw a post about them here from about a year back but I think it was someone from Poland.
     
  10. weibkreux

    weibkreux Arachnosquire Active Member

    GBB and 2 P. regalis slings molted. GBB now more than an inch. :D
     
  11. Greasylake

    Greasylake Arachnoprince Active Member

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    Knowing Chilobrachys it probably won't be long before you have adult coloration. I'm definitely interested in seeing how it comes out looking.
     
  12. mmcg

    mmcg Arachnoknight Active Member

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    Ephebopus cyanognathus sling moulted. Can't wait until it gets bigger.
     
  13. antinous

    antinous Phormic-Addict Arachnosupporter

    Pamphobeteus cf. antinous A/1 is in the processs of molting!
     
  14. Thekla

    Thekla Arachnobaron Active Member

    My GBB juvie moulted in the dead of night. Unfortunately, I can't see anything but a tangled mess. I probably have to wait until I'm back from my holidays to see if she shows some adult colouration yet. :rolleyes:
     
  15. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Malleus Aranearum Staff Member

    One of my Avicularia avicularia slings from @cold blood molted tonight. It's looks much bigger but still has reverse pinktoes.
     
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  16. The Grym Reaper

    The Grym Reaper Arachnotank Arachnosupporter

    Yesterday - B. boehmei & P. langenbucheri
    This morning - E. rufescens
     
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  17. weibkreux

    weibkreux Arachnosquire Active Member

    6 out of 9 albo slings molted today. L3 now, and first molt under my care.
     
  18. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Malleus Aranearum Staff Member

    The second Avic sling from @cold blood molted within 24 hours of the first.
     
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  19. buzz182

    buzz182 Arachnosquire Active Member

    Yesterday, 0.0.1 2" B.albolpilosum (nicaragua) I was initially worried as she looked quite odd after her molt but came home from work today with her stretched out in her water bowl looking as good as new.
     
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  20. buzz182

    buzz182 Arachnosquire Active Member

    0.0.2 N. incei molted early this morning within 20 mins of each other. What is interesting is the size difference between the two considering they are kept in identical conditions, the more reclusive of the two is a good 1/4" bigger than the other.