Who molted today?

TheInv4sion

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Poecilotheria rufilata molted when I checked around midnight. Turns out there was still a lateralis in the enclosure from last feeding that I didn't notice so guess I dodged a bullet there.
 

liquidfluidity

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20210331_152124.jpg B. boehmei....again, lol. Starting to get some size. Going to sex it tomorrow. If it looks like the last molt, we will have a boy......still a beauty though 😊

Nicaraguan Curly molted too but it's deep in it's burrow yet.

GBB molted also but has yet to come back out. Last time I looked, it was eating on it's molt 🤬 Prolly 4" but just keeps shredding its molt.....ass 👎😁
 

draconisj4

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0.1 H. pulchripes
0.1 C. marshalli
P. lugardi #1, male
P. lugardi #2, chewed up the molt
0.1 H. longipes
A. chalcodes, it's a girl! Been waiting over 3 years to find out,lol
P. sazimai juvie, It's a girl! Finally it's blue! I've been looking at a nondescript little brown spider for 2.5 years.
N. chromatus, MM
P. rufilata, MM
 

Jess S

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G. pulchripes male. Moult was 4.4"

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Also, one of the Theraphosidae sp lowland gold moulted , and looks adorable:.

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Hoxter

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My small M. mesomelas molted last night, I snatched it's molt to sex it properly and I'm 90% sure it's a female.
 

emartinm28

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Aphonopelma chalcodes ‘New River’
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was really surprised that it molted again so soon. Picked it up in June 2020, didn’t molt in my care until February 2021 and it’s already molted again.

Aphonopelma sp. Diamonback

Ceratogyrus marshalli

Psalmopoeus pulcher
 

8 legged

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Received a P. langenbucheri last week, this morning she molted an is fine. Now I know why the rehouse was so easy... ;)
 

ArchMage

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Had my Lasiodora parahybana molt yesterday and my Cyriopagopus lividum molt this morning (she came up to the surface and made a web mat surprisingly). Expecting the Grammostola pulchra to be molting in the next couple weeks as well. Exciting times!
 
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