My A. geniculata sling molted yesterday for the third time under my care. I've been expecting a large step in growth this molt, but I was still surprised at how big it got. Funny how that happens.
Then this morning, unexpectedly, I found my GBB had molted last night! I didn't know it was even in pre-molt, its colors didn/t really seem to fade and it's taken prey regularly. Molting spiders are a welcome distraction amidst all this madness. Hope you guys are all doing well.
P. murinus "Kigoma" sling molted, starting to look like a boy from the molt. Because of course the one most expensive P. murinus locality I've purchased as unsexed would be the only one that ends up male.
My E. cyanognathus female gave me a surprise molt, perhaps her condolences lol.