B. vagans
First molt in my care early this morning, cool little color change from all grey.
@Mvtt70 Too funny...then yes, it will darken up. That t was bred by blue jaye, so I have no doubts. A few of its siblings were really pale, but only right after molting...when did it molt...I see its being fed, so it must have been a week at least.

Just looking at its siblings, I do notice they also have paler carapaces, but not to this extent. Yours may just be smaller than them...or smaller than I assumed by looking at the pic.
 
I just read the description that t is freshly molted...that now makes sense...the mealworm piece laying there threw me for a loop...I assume you tried to feed last night and it molted instead.....it will look like the pics I posted when it hardens up...then it will be a cricket eating beast once again...I love their appetite.
 
@cold blood Awesome my Ts big siblings haha. It molted sometime in the early AM this morning, the molt measured 1.5". I had dropped a half mealworm in there just like a day ago just incase as it hadn't even refused food yet.
 

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