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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
Mine put on a good bit of size too.
Noticed a lot of webbing in my P. pulcher's enclosure and got suspicious.
The picture doesn't pick up the soft salmon pinks she's sporting. Absolutely stunning.
N. incei molted and is confirmed female, that's two now! Also managed to retrieve the molt from my C. versicolor and is confirmed male!
O. schioedtei molted latest two days ago, earliest today. A much needed relief that it is doing fine.
My B hamori moulted today and looks beautiful and a fair bit bigger
B. emilia and Orange bob both molted saturday.
The P. insignis male molted last night. Can't wait for him to pick up those beautiful colors.
Okay, I need to know why everyone is calling OBTS orange bobs now, what shenanigans did I miss??
L. nigerrimum female surprised me with a moult again
My Hysterocrates sp molted. She appears to be putting on some good size.
Phormingochilus sp rufus molted.
It's a girl!!!
Didn't even realise they'd molted and it must have been a while ago too since they seem all hardened up and the molt was very brittle but my Pamphobeteus sp. "Platyomma" has molted and put on some considerable size. I can see the wavy stripe like markings on their carapace at this size.
And my N. tripepii is moulting too
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens sling molted.
Freshly arrived C. lividus / H. lividum sling molted today.
Edit: next day G. rosea sling molted, that's surprising
One of my Ephebopus cyanognathus slings molted (the other one molted last month).
My Davus pentaloris female has closed the door, so perhaps it's due to happen in a week or two. I remember that I was thinking "this takes forever" last time tho.
One of my Tapinauchenius violaceus was just finishing when I woke up this morning. Love the alien look of a freshly molted T
I think my mature female Neoholothele incei molted recently. She had been mostly sealed up in her web complex for a while, and then a couple days ago, she emerged hungry and possibly slightly bigger.
Tonight I also noticed a molt in the enclosure of my juvenile female Davus pentaloris. I'm not sure when she molted, but I would think I would've seen the molt earlier if it had been in there for a long time.