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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.
Finally my E pachypus moulted and it's a girl (surprise surprise)
Dolichothele diamantinensis adult female molted.
I bought a C. Hati Hati yesterday and it molted today.
Megaphobema robustum I can see the molt in its tunnel, but can't get to it.
Brachypelma vagans sling (pictured)
Little male N. chromatus finally molted after having not done so in quite some time, now just waiting on my N. tripepii whose hiney looks like a darn grape.
My Aphonopelma sp Montane had its 7th moult in my care and still struggling to reach 1"
Tiny Nicaraguan B. albopilosum molted for the first time in my care, I think it grew a whole two millimeters!
And my lovely N. tripepii, Puppy, was kind enough to let me observe her through the molting process.
Definitely going to be rehouse time when she hardens up.
P. tigrinawesseli and GBB molted.
L. parahybana had a very long molt, too early for sexing tho
P. sazimai sling molted again. My G. pulchra juvy also molted after 9 months!
Holy cow. P. murinus molted! It’s been a while.
And P. smithi has also molted. Once they pop they just can't stop o.o
Had one of mine just molt to
B. Albo molted the moment I left town for the week. Everything came off nicely as far as I can tell and the leg he lost grew back! I was surprised how nice it looks considering it'll probably need another molt before getting back to normal. This is the second molt since Feb.
Refused food yesterday, molted today.
0.0.1 Pterinochilus lugardi
H. sp Colombia large and L. klugi molted last night, both are girls!
Two Cyriopagopus alboatriatus slings
Two Cyriopagopus hati hati slings
Two Psalmopoeus irminia juvies
Cyriopagopus schmidti sling
All moulted in one week
Here’s one of the irminias, a little shy
Came home to a freshly molted C. versicolor, but if course to my chagrin it chewed up the molt so I can't sex it. Little turd.
P. Irminia! I’ve only had (them) for three days! Here are some bad pics.
Oops forgot to upload the files
My B. vagans (supposedly) had a slightly scary moult for me today. Last night he (unfortunately) laid out his moulting mat and flipped at some point in the night. I saw him on his back at 2 am in the morning. When I got up this morning (3 1/2 hrs later), he was back on his feet. An hour later he was moulting... upright! That was the moment I had to leave for work, naturally.
But all went well and I came home to a freshly moulted T (one I'm still not sure what species he actually is):
Oh, and my Y. diversipes moulted as well today. No pictures because (s)he is still cramped up in its tiny web tunnel.