Postmoult B.vagans (pic)

JacenBeers

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I wish all spiders stayed so sharp looking long after their moult.
 

skinheaddave

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I actualy don't. A freshly moulted T is like a special surprise waiting to brighten your day. If they always looked like that, moulting would be a non-event (except if it went wrong).

Cheers,
Dave
 

MrT

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Very true dave, or should we call you A. lord? HaHa;P

Ernie
 

skinheaddave

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Yeah, 600 posts ... which means it is probably another 600 until the next level. ;)

Cheers,
Dave
 

galeogirl

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My B. smithi and T. blondi are both going into a molt soon. They're so gorgeous right afterwards, it's the only time my T. blondi looks like anything but a fuzzy little dirt-colored spider.
 

JacenBeers

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How many molts does an L Parahybana go through before they undergo mjor color change?
 
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