Who molted today?

draconisj4

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My tiny speck of a P. sazimai molted last night, I can just barely see it in its hide...sure doesn't look any bigger to me,lol.

N. chromatus juvie molted. It looks like it gained almost an inch in size with this molt,hard to believe that in 9 months it's gone from something so tiny I thought they forgot to put the spider in the vial at first when I got it to over 2"

T. ockerti also molted, couldn't get a pic of it but it has a solid red butt now instead of speckles.

N. chromatus Sep 2018.jpg
 
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sdsnybny

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P. victori 3" female
H. cafreriana 2.5" female
G. pulchra #1, #2
A. rufa #5
I hirsutum #1
A. merianae #1.#4, #5
 

PanzoN88

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My P. atrichromatus molted, just found the molt today. Pretty certain it's destroyed though, so no sexing it for me. I'm still thinking it's a male.
 

Minty

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Pterinochilus lugardi sling.

Pterinopelma sazimai has a very dark and shiny abdomen, so waiting for her to moult too.
 

dangerforceidle

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A. geniculata moulted today while I was out. I knew it was coming soon, because it refused a couple consecutive feeding attempts.

 
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draconisj4

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I. hirsutum juvenile just flipped back over. Also N. incie gold juvie, E. uatuman sling and Sericopelma sp Azuero Panama sub adult molted overnight.

Iris Sep 2018.jpg
 

DanBsTs

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I went into the T room to check on my Ts and noticed my P. regalis has made a little hammock to molt! I look away for like 10 seconds and when I look back it has flipped! :astonished: Time to charge my phone so I can get a timelapse! Woohoo! :)
 

Gaherp

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Caught a D. pentalore molting today. Here is a sequence of pics of him(sexed via molt) molting. I have a few females(including widowmaker) primed and ready for him when he hooks out. He should have just another molt before that.
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dmac

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My H. sp. Colombia large molted yesterday. Never got a sexable molt and now I don't need one lol Mature male.
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Other than him, my H. pulchripes sling molted. Hiding though, so no pics.
 

Dovey

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Can I just quietly say that if my MF Avicularia "Metallica" does not molt soon, I am going to completely lose my nut. She's shabby, she's got a big black shiny bum, and she's been refusing food for well over 2 months. Let's get this party started!!!
 

DanBsTs

Dan (Not Even Cool) the Man
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Ugh... I stayed up way too late for this but I think it was worth it. I noticed as I was making my last nightly check of the T room that my P. regalis has made a hammock. Since I had been waiting for a molt for some time I wasn’t surprised and I was able to catch the process with timelapse! Hope you enjoy. Now I can finally go to sleep :banghead::banghead::hurting::dead:
 
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