Who molted today?

z32upgrader

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Cyriopagopus sp.”Hati Hati” male matured, Poecilotheria regalis female is around 3” now and my tiny Neischnocolus sp. Panama sling molted too.
 
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sk063

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Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens molted Wednesday the second molted Thursday
Brachypelma auratum molted Friday
expecting my Avicularia aurantiaca sp. peruvian to molt sometime tonight or tomorrow
 

emartinm28

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This week I had Harpactira pulchripes 2.5” suspect male and Avicularia avicularia m1 3.5-4” and was able to confirm female
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Envoirment

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My tiny A.geniculata sling moulted after being sealed up for a couple weeks. It has barely put on any size at all. It's gone from ~1cm to ~1.001cm.
 

USNGunner

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My so far unsexed Caribena Versicolor, Bert, molted live on display this morning. She flipped over and worked her way out. That was one pale little spood fresh out of the molt. First time for seeing that. Luckily my grandson had spent the night so he got to check it out too. Although he was pissed I wouldn't let him open the incubator or move anything to video it. I didn't want to disturb her while she was molting or soft after.

I'm hoping she leaves this molt be and I can get an idea from it. :) ;):cool:
 

Kibosh

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Pseudhapalopus sp. Colombia molted unexpectedly today. Just ate yesterday and didn't even look like it was in premolt. I might not actually need a microscope to see it now. Lol

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Tarantulafeets

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P irminia molted today but I missed it because of school :(
Finally got the cheverons though:cool:
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Edit: T albo just flipped right now as well!
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Edit/update 2:
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Arachnid Addicted

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Avicularia taunayi
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Harpactira pulchripes
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Haplopelma hainanus
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Euathlus manicata
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Nhandu cerradensis
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Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
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Lasiodora isabellina
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Craig73

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My 3”’ish G. iheringi finished molting when I walked in this morning, can’t wait to see it stretched out. Those chelicerae and fangs are starting to look large 😳. Honorable mentions are the C. versicolor yesterday (looking like solid gains) and gbb Wednesday.

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LD50

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It looks like my T. albopilosus has molted multiple times, it's at least double the size. I should pay more attention, it decided to do spring cleaning and tossed both it's molts out lol
 
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