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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
My G. pulchra molted yesterday, after 6 months of fasting xD
N. tripepii molted today.
The very 1st Psalmopoeus cambridgei sling in sac #1 molted to 2i today
My P. muticus sling molted, didn't grow much with the molt, but it molted regardless.
C. versicolor sling #2.
I just woke up to a very freshly moulted C. versicolor (finally!). Hope (s)he's all right, it's a tangled mess in that web right now.
H. pulchripes #2 had his ultimate moult. He had slowed down and was pretty uncoordinated lately when retreating to his burrow, so I figured he was due. Wasn't a confirmed male, but strongly suspected from ventral sexing.
My chromatopelma cyaneopubescens surprised me with a molt!
I had a few species molt this week but was only able to get a photo of my Euathlus pulcherrimaklaasi sling. It’s pretty nervous so went into a scrunched up stress pose.
My 2" Psalmopoeus irminia surprised me with a molt today. (He just ate a couple days ago.) He's big enough to sex now, and it looks like he's officially a boy.
One of my Phormictopus sp. 'South Hispaniola'
Another one of my P. sp. ‘South Hispaniola’
0.1 Nhandu tripepii now over 7"
Pamphobeteus sp. ‘flammifera’
Had a few molt these last few weeks
and a surprise molt the M.robustum
This Ami sp Colombia molted yesterday and tonight I noticed that my Brachypelma vagans sling molted while I was at work. I’m happy to finally see some adult coloration showing on the Ami sp.
My Brachypelma hamorii sling molted on the 27th and my B. albopilosum sling molted yesterday.
The last of the P. cambridgei slings molted to 2i Friday morning.
My A.Avic just molted!
No pic yet, I am leaving her alone to rest.