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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
You'll have to trust me but my Poecilotheria ornata has moulted.
P. irminia molted!
I. mira male matured today.
My A seemanni molted today after 2 .5 months underground. It's current sex was unknown to me but is now apparently female . This is her second molt in my care but her first one she destroyed beyond recognition.
A few days ago my smaller M. balfouri moulted, which I now believe is female. I'll wait for one more moult to confirm for sure.
Also, my female C. meridionalis moulted recently and emerged. She's still looking a touch soft, so probably in the past couple days as well.
This evening my GBB was meditating on their coming molt:
Molt is currently in progress...
Crazy Legs (mature female Neoholothele incei) unsealed herself today and came out, indicating she was ready for her first post-molt feeding. (She embedded the molt in the ceiling of her main tunnel.)
My B hamorii molted yesterday. I got it at 1/4 inch last May. It’s been in premolt for 3,000 years. Now it is one inch.
Good job, Chief Justice Tapatío!
My e.cyanognathus sling apparently molted at some point. Saw the molt today and man I love this T. Those blue "fangs" are amazing but man the rest of it is too.
Theraphosa blondi is currently flipped. Come on, little friend, you can do this.
Psalmopoeus irminia and Caribena versicolor both moulted. Snapped these during rehousing.
More T. blondi images.
Brachypelma emilia molted last night.
Also Aphonopelma sp. Oaxaca and Brachypelma vagans molted sometime this week.
New suit and new house:
My tiny Lp molts today! Just got it at the expo yesterday and I'm glad it waited till today to molt instead of doing while I spent 4hrs looking at snakes and spiders
Just came home to find what looks like two spiders in my AF Poecilotheria regalis heavily webbed corkbark tube. Only took her 7 weeks . I'll post pics when I get the molt, hopefully she'll be pushing 7.5".
Newly acquired Nhandu chromatus molted and is male as I suspected.
Another unexpected moult, for me. This time it was one of my Pterinochilus lugardi slings, which I'm going to now consider a juvenile as it's just under 5cm DLS. I'll try and sex it in a couple of moults time. Really hope one of the two is a female, I love this species.
Had a molt party over the weekend! New threads for:
G. pulchra (Niobe)
P. atrichomatus (Drucilla)
L. klugi (Minerva)
B. klaasi (Inferno)
C. lividus male