Who molted today?

mack1855

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P.rufilata….unfortunately,it was during transit.just unpacked 10 minutes ago.Keep your fingers crossed.Seems fine,but time will tell.notice the fangs.This probably occurred in the last 12 hours or so.
There are great molts,and not so great molts.I attempted to remove the little bit left,but decided it had enough stress.it will be what it will be. DSCN1639.JPG DSCN1636.JPG
 

Tarantulafeets

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C marshalli molted today, and I got her yesterday :rofl: I don't know why, but the seller said that they fed her the day before we got her, and she was pretty active and everything. Well, here she is. 20210129_152608(0).jpg Female:happy:
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ConstantSorrow

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I think my A. seemanni is molting. It's really hard to tell but there's just.....legs. Everywhere. Way more legs than it seems like there should be.
 

z32upgrader

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Poecilotheria metallica sling, looks female from the molt. Phormingochilus arboricola adult female, and Pseudhapalopus sp. “blue” female molted, just a couple weeks after her sister. Ornithoctinus aureotibialis girl has all her legs back!
 
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Hoxter

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Megaphobema mesomelas few days ago and Xenesthis immanis last night. Meanwhile M. mesomelas is still pretty small, I'm scared to lift the cork bark and see size of X. immanis. It already threw out molt and it's most likely a young female!
 

XenoT

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Megaphobema mesomelas few days ago and Xenesthis immanis last night. Meanwhile M. mesomelas is still pretty small, I'm scared to lift the cork bark and see size of X. immanis. It already threw out molt and it's most likely a young female!

Wonderful! Megaphobema mesomelas, would love to see the picture of that molt!
 

Frogdaddy

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Several molts this week.
Caribena versicolor - Finally a molt after having this sling for 3 months. It attacks small, prekilled crickets but ignores mealworms. Finally I can rehouse this T after it eats.
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Harpactira pulchripes
Pterinopelma sazimai

and both Pterinochilus murinus.
 
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