Panthera is back!

Professor T

Arachnodemon
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My newly shed Grammostola pulchra "Panthera" is back to her old ravenous self after shedding Easter weekend. She not only is a beautiful velvet black but she is a cricket eating machine. :}

That was a nice Easter present! =D

I have two others that I think will shed any time now too: a 5.25" G. rosea named "Fluffy" and a 3.5" B. smithi that still needs a name. She dances for joy in a circle when she eats her crickets...I might name her "Joy" .
 

D-Man

Arachnochicano
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B smithi name

You can name her donut....
 

vulpina

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Yes, it's always exciting for your T to start feeding again after a molt. Currently I'm waiting for my 9" L. parahybana to get back to her ravenous ways, but her molt was only a few days ago and she's not eating yet, she's still all stretched out in her enclosure. My 7" T. blondi is also getting ready to molt soon as are my B. emelia and my E. pulcherrimaklassi. Congrats on your pulchra eating again and hopefully your other molts go well.

Andy
 
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