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Who molted today?

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by T Frank, Dec 30, 2007.

  1. Killertut

    Killertut Arachnosquire

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    my B. verdezi molted last night. another Brachypelma juvie that fasted all of winter and was in premolt of the list :)

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    i am on a roll :D
    sexed 5 juvies that molted after i got my pocket microscope.
    4 confirmed females (bought 2 as females) and 1 suspected female (on that note, does anybody have a picture of A. musculosa spermathecae?)
     
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  2. M. balfouri, 1"
    P. gigas, 1.5"
     
  3. krbshappy71

    krbshappy71 Arachnosquire

    Itsy Bitsy (Lp) is DEFINITELY going to molt soon. So excited! She/he dug out so much dirt it has a big wall of dirt/cocoa all up the wall of the enclosure, I can barely see it down in its hole, just the tiniest part of its hairy leg is visible and I can't see if it is upside down or not. The pink colors are so pretty right now, I can't wait to take a picture once she/he comes back out.
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    This is a before picture, the soil that is mounded on the side of the glass is even higher now.
     
  4. MainMann

    MainMann Arachnosquire Active Member

    My P regalis molted today! And she molted out of nowhere! The last time she ate was just 2 days ago, and she wasted no time to molt!
     

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  5. Michael Guirov

    Michael Guirov Arachnopeon

    3 slings molted this week

    B. albopilosum
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    P. bromelicola
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    C. cyanopubescens
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  6. krbshappy71

    krbshappy71 Arachnosquire

    She/he is still digging. BBA0C666-3C96-4886-97D7-0CD01A4C4292.jpeg I wuv the pink.
     
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  7. KNV

    KNV Arachnopeon

    My G. Porteri molted today! Sorry for the picture quality, I grabbed the macro lens but i had to take pictures through the plastic because I didn’t want my T to hide.
     

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  8. scott308

    scott308 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    B. albo "Honduras" sling
     
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  9. FeralTami

    FeralTami Arachnopeon

    My N. incei molted which came as a big surprise since it was happily munching crickets a few days prior.
     
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  10. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Malleus Aranearum Staff Member

    Total solar eclipses are more common.


    You mean it has a wine behind.
     
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  11. korlash091

    korlash091 Arachnosquire

    My N. incei molted yesterday been waiting for it to molt for like three weeks.
     
  12. Adult female A.chalcodes (first molt in my care)
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  13. Brachyfan

    Brachyfan Arachnosquire Active Member

    My Brachypelma Albopilosum molted this morning.
     
  14. johnny quango

    johnny quango Arachnoknight Arachnosupporter

    My Cyclosternum schmardae sling moulted and is starting to show a little adult colour
     
  15. korlash091

    korlash091 Arachnosquire

    One of my A. geniculata molted yesterday, is so big now.
     
  16. volcanopele

    volcanopele Arachnosquire

    Who DIDN’T molt this week? I had quite a few...

    0.1 Pamphobeteus sp. Machala (Fuchsia)
    1.0 Poecilotheria metallica (Eiffel) - this one matured, so he’s available ladies!
    0.0.1 Poecilotheria hanumavilasumica (Shiva) - I sexed this as a male but I now very strongly doubt it. It is a bigger than my mature male pokies
    1.0 Iridopelma zorodes (Monan) - unsexed until this molt...he’s a mature male so he is also available ladies
    1.0 Nhandu coloratovillosus (Meridia)
    0.0.1 Grammostola pulchra (Umbriel) - has a bit of his abdomen stuck on :(
    0.0.1 Aphonopelma chalcodes (Joffrey) - little sling molted
    0.0.1 Lasiodora parahybana (Vegrandis)
     
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  17. Both my Brachypelma albopilosum and Psalmopoeus irminia slings molted! It was one of the only times I've gotten a decent look at my irminia, because it was doing the post-molt stretch and its little toes were showing out of the edge of its web tunnel.

    Also one of my Tapinauchenius slings molted, and lost a leg in the process. Been in the hobby for about 8 months now and this was the first problematic molt in my collection. :( They're very small slings though and other than the one leg everything else went fine, so I am sure it will be regenerated in no time!
     
  18. z32upgrader

    z32upgrader Arachnobaron

    Female OBT, female P. platyomma, female Orphnaecus. sp. "Blue", Ami sp. "Panama", and a dozen of my remaining P. cambridgei slings molted to 4i.
     
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  19. Gnarled Gnome

    Gnarled Gnome Arachnoknight Active Member

    US
    Precious, my Aphonopelma chalcodes molted for the first time in my care. :smug:
     

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  20. Lice1721

    Lice1721 Arachnopeon

    UK
    My 7 cm B. hamorii 177 days after her last molt.
     
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