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Who molted today?

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

  1. korlash091

    korlash091 Arachnosquire

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    My B. vagans molted last friday, of all my Brachypelmas vagans has been the faster grower so far.
     
  2. SonsofArachne

    SonsofArachne Arachnodemon Active Member

    Last night I was checking my collection and found my Caribena versicolor, Barylestis scutatus, and male Leiurus jordanensis all molting at the exact same time! I've had inverts molt close to each other before but I've never had 2 at the same time before, let alone 3. Just a odd coincidence I guess. All appear to be doing fine this morning.
     
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  3. baconwrappedpikachu

    baconwrappedpikachu Arachnosquire Active Member

    My Poecilotheria regalis molted early this morning - yay! The other two pokies molted last week and the regalis was still running around with a shiny fat abdomen so I knew it had to be soon. Always fun to wake up to a molt!
     
  4. MrPromidius

    MrPromidius Arachnopeon Active Member

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    2 out of my 4 G. Pulchripes slings just molted today, and this is their second molt on me in just having them for 1 month and 12 days.
     

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  5. jrh3

    jrh3 Knights of The Arachno Table Arachnosupporter

    Gotta love a freshly molted B. Albopilosum

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  6. Vanisher

    Vanisher Arachnoprince Old Timer

    One of my 2 Pterinochilus lugardi juveniles moulted tonight!
     

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  7. B. albopilosum
    C. versicolor
    P. pulcher

    H. pulchripes
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  8. WolleWolf

    WolleWolf Arachnopeon

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    Surprise molt. My 0.1 B. emilia molted 3-4month ago with 3" back then. One month after that she burried herself again and today I saw her molt in the tunnel. Never expected this molt so fast at this size and species. Happy me!
     
  9. wetwork

    wetwork Arachnosquire Arachnosupporter

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    Aphonopelma sp. Diamondback sling molted. And like typical Aphonopelma spp., I can't even tell it molted.
     
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  10. jrh3

    jrh3 Knights of The Arachno Table Arachnosupporter

    P. Regalis sling molted.
     
  11. z32upgrader

    z32upgrader Arachnobaron Active Member

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    Smaller female B. emilia molted.
     
  12. FrDoc

    FrDoc Arachnobaron Active Member

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    H. maculata and N. tripepii.
     
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  13. scott308

    scott308 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Augacephalus ezendami molted. It's a girl!
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  14. FrDoc

    FrDoc Arachnobaron Active Member

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    C. sp. hati hati sling.
     
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  15. z32upgrader

    z32upgrader Arachnobaron Active Member

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    Male B. auratum and male P. muticus.
     
  16. The Grym Reaper

    The Grym Reaper Arachnotank Arachnosupporter

    C. versicolor male finally hooked out today.

    Within the last couple of days.

    P. metallica
    P. pulcher
    A. variegata
    C. fimbriatus
     
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  17. KenNet

    KenNet Arachnopeon

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    The recent warm weather here started "everyone" to grow:

    C. marshalli (still very small, but now has a "horn" )
    D. diamantinensis (one of three)
    N. incei (one of 7)
    N. tripepii (yesterday, swedish time) Oh! Now we talking BIG!)
    O. aureotibialis (yesterday, swedish time) The small sling looks beautiful, beautiful adult.
    P. regalis (yesterday, swedish time) Finally I'm sure that it's a female)
    P. pulcher (yesterday, swedish time) Yes! Female!

    Happy day
     
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  18. MintyWood826

    MintyWood826 Arachnobaron

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    My N. chromatus molted. I'm hoping it'll come out soon and show off its new colors. I decided to see what I could do about unraveling the abdomen (for fun as it's too small to sex), but I have no idea what I'm looking at anymore, besides abdodomen exoskeleton mush!
     
  19. Minty

    Minty @londontarantulas Arachnosupporter

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    Slings:

    Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
    Hysterocrayes gigas
    Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaragua
    Omothymus schioedtei
    Lampropelma niggerimum arboricola
    Davus pentaloris
    Phormictopus sp. Dominican purple

    And this AF:
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    Pterinopelma sazimai
     
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  20. draconisj4

    draconisj4 Arachnobaron Active Member

    My P. sazimai molted last night, total shock it doubled in size with this molt so finally after a year it is now over an inch. I can actually see it now,lol. As soon as it hardens it will finally be able to move out of its tiny deli cup.
     
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