C. cyaneopubescens bad molt?

Zerpa27

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This is the first time I've been able to look at my boy after his molt and this what I see. I'm thinking it was a bad molt, but it sure looks like something gnawed on him and took out a chunk. Everytime he refused prey, I removed it so that can't be it.

If anyone could confirm or deny, I would appreciate it.
 

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Hardus nameous

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Looks to me like it just kicked off some setae, all fine and normal.
 

Marlana

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Looks normal to me. They have a urticating hair patch.
 

vancwa

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Submitted for your approval...

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arthurliuyz

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It's fine - my GBB's abdomen looks like that after kicking hairs during a rehouse.
 

Zerpa27

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Thank you all. This one seemed to be a weird one. I've seen bald spots before but this one was gooey.
 
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