Lots of molts

Scorpendra

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Here's a list of my Ts that have molted these last two weeks:
P. regalis
P. smithi
O. sp. "Koh Samui"
O. aureotibialis
G. pulchra
P. ornata
P. penderseni
P. tigrinawesseli


Those last three I discovered just a few minutes ago :D

-Rob
 
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TomM

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And where are the pics?:D
 

Scorpendra

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P. tigrinawesseli


P. regalis


P. penderseni


G. pulchra


O. aureotibialis


My smithi, Koh Samui and ornata are being stubborn :rolleyes: Now I'm just waiting on my other pulchra (which is TINY!) and my GBB to molt.

-Rob
 
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Terry D

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Scorpendra, Nice to hear of these molt sequence pile-ups and thx for posting the pics. :clap:

I'm guessing my N tripepii and A geniculata are next in line if not Theraphosa sp "burgundy" before then. Strangely, it's still not in premolt and ate another crick yesterday. I've had it since 9-23 and it's eaten one mm or f cricket on an average of every other day since it arrived. Go figure. :)

Terry
 

P. Novak

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Congrats! It must be molting season haha jk.

Within the last couple of weeks I've had these molt:

AF Lampropelma violaceopes
F Avicularia avicularia
Theraphosa sp. burgundy
Avicularia versicolor
Acanthoscurria brocklehursti
Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli
Grammostola pulchra x2
Brachypelma albopilosum

and a F Brachypelma klaasi on the verge of molting.


This is why owning large amounts of Ts is awesome! Anyways, sorry for hijacking. Congrats!
 
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