Who molted today?

z32upgrader

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Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens sling I had hoped was male is actually female. That makes three female GBBs in my collection now.
 

Tortuga

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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.
 

Colorado Ts

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So there was a short window of opportunity, and shipments of spiders, that I have literally been waiting months on...Blamo, all arrived.

I have 5 P.sazimai + 1 L.parahybana (Freeby), 10+1 A.geniculata + 6 Beatiful blue phase A.seemanni, and 8 tiny D.diamantinensis. And now they are moulting like popcorn. Crazy.

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Tiny little D.diamantinensis sling and its old exuviae
 

mjzheng

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Yesterday
0.1 Phormictopus auratus. Forgot to mention this T ate 3 days before this lol
 
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draconisj4

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In the last week:
0.1 G. pulchripes
0.1 B. hamorii
O. aureotibialis sling
E. uatuman juvenile
Diplura sp Rurrenabaque, it's a boy
P. lugardi sling
 

WolfSoon

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My P. lugardi and A. minatrix females both molted in the last couple days ❣ The lugardi still seems to be missing a leg she dropped mysteriously.
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z32upgrader

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My three sacmate B. albiceps slings all molted today.
Ornithoctonus aureotibialis sling molted too. Looks female.
 
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Arachnophoric

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2 of my 3 N. incei slings molted - 1 confirmed female and 1 probable male

P. chordatus "Mastov" female, finally getting her silvery adult colorations

And my P. ornata sling, about 2"+ now and retaining the contrast on the carapace thus far.
 

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AlexWae

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This weekend:

1/4" ybyrapora diversipes
1,5" Psalmopoeus cambridgei (she looks much bigger already.. can't wait for her to harden so i can see her new coat.. )

Earlier this week:
1/8" cyriocosmus elegans.. put her molt outside its closed burrow and than closed thé entrance again 😅
 

Arachnophoric

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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. :hurting:

My E. cyanognathus female gave me a surprise molt, perhaps her condolences lol.
 

Thekla

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My female C. versicolor moulted on Wednesday. Unfortunately, there's nothing to see yet as she's still in her web tunnel. :rolleyes:

But my female T. albopilosus is moulting right now! :D

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All done! :kiss:

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