Who molted today?

vounti

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My Sicarius thimisoides (not a tarantula tho, might be in a wrong section) molted. I found it this morning next to its exuvia. I was able to sex it and that's a female! :singing:

While researching for some info on the sexual dimorphism, I found that a dumbass was handling his. If you know something about Sicarius species, you have to know that their venom is among the most dangerous in the spider wo
 

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Craig73

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Bigger than it looks, and really not that small!!
I picked up several dwarf species last month at .25”. These are among the smallest slings I’ve had so far and happy I’m able to keep them thrivimg
My Green Bottle Blue "Carnage". I got up this morning and voila`, there he was. Completely pale this morning. I must have just missed it.
Nice! I immediately saw the Skelton hand and was like no kidding it’s pale. I’m slow today. 🤦‍♂️
 

Smotzer

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I picked up several dwarf species last month at .25”. These are among the smallest slings I’ve had so far and happy I’m able to keep them thrivimg
my first 1/8in sling was like uhhhh.....but yeah its really not much different, but the first time is always a little worrisome. It think we wanna assume just because they are smaller they are physically more fragile
 

USNGunner

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I picked up several dwarf species last month at .25”. These are among the smallest slings I’ve had so far and happy I’m able to keep them thrivimg
I'm hip. I thought my Hapalopous sp. Columbia was a tiny sling. Then I got a Cyriocosumus Perezmilesi (Bolivain Dwarf Beauty) and a Cyriocosumus Leetzi. WHOA! I need a way smaller container. LOL.

So far so good, both have molted since I've gotten them and both are demonic feeders.
 

z32upgrader

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Hapalopus sp. Colombia Large female, M. robustum, H.villosella and my recently acquired P. metallica is now a mature male.
 

Craig73

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Another Y. Diversipes sing molt Wed and C. Versicolor sling Thursday. At this point it looks like I’m stunning a tarantula yoga studio.
 

Frogdaddy

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Another Y. Diversipes sing molt Wed and C. Versicolor sling Thursday. At this point it looks like I’m stunning a tarantula yoga studio.
That should totally be a yoga position. Ok downward dog. Now onto molting spider.
 

Arachnid Addicted

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Brachypelma klaasi
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Caribena versicolor
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Chilobrachys sp.
"Electric Blue"
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Dolichothele rufoniger
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Grammostola pulchripes
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Grammostola quirogai
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Lasiodora klugi
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draconisj4

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0.1 P. cancerides
1.0 C. versicolor, ultimate molt
1.0 N. chromatus, ultimate molt
1.0 Diplura sp Rurrenabaque, ultimate molt

Sigh... boys,boys,boys
 

KeGathings17

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My Nhandu Chromatus molted sometime this morning or last night. Probably about 1/2" now. Been excited to watch this one grow, but it's probably the most reclusive of my new slings, next to the P. Cambridgei
 
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