Who molted today?

ComputerDellLI

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Juvi female H. pulchripes molted yesterday. Looking lovely, and I can't wait until her blue legs harden up. She's still a bit smaller than what I can only assume is a leggy suspect male from the same sac.
 

emartinm28

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0.0.1 Acanthoscurria geniculata
0.0.2 Avicularia minatrix
0.0.1 Brachypelma smithi
0.0.1 Idiothele mira
0.0.2 Psalmopoeus cambridgei

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Edan bandoot

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I haven't been able to get pictures of most of my molts recently, until this one!
Sericopelma sp santa Catalina
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CarlixTomix

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Today my Cyriocosmus elegans molted. It is by far the smallest ling I have had yet (the ruler shown in that picture is in milimetres, that's probably around 1/8 inches).
I wish I had a microscope good enough to sex it.
 

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Sterls

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Molts over the last 2 months or so since I haven't posted on this thread in a minute:

Tliltocatl kalhenbergi
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
Phormingochilus sp rufus
Pterinochilus murinus - DCF 'Kigoma'
Megaphobema robustum
Aphonopelma catalina
Aphonopelma hentzi
(2) Acanthoscurria geniculata
Ceratogyrus meridionalis
Ephebopus cyanognathus
Nhandu tripepii
Phormictopus sp Dominican purple
Heteroscodra maculata
Tliltocatl albopilosus
Idiothele mira
Monocentropus balfouri (actually happened today)
NOT my Grammostola pulchra :shifty: :shifty:

Picture of my MM Genic's molt:
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CarlixTomix

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Molts over the last 2 months or so since I haven't posted on this thread in a minute:

Tliltocatl kalhenbergi
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
Phormingochilus sp rufus
Pterinochilus murinus - DCF 'Kigoma'
Megaphobema robustum
Aphonopelma catalina
Aphonopelma hentzi
(2) Acanthoscurria geniculata
Ceratogyrus meridionalis
Ephebopus cyanognathus
Nhandu tripepii
Phormictopus sp Dominican purple
Heteroscodra maculata
Tliltocatl albopilosus
Idiothele mira
Monocentropus balfouri (actually happened today)
NOT my Grammostola pulchra :shifty: :shifty:

Picture of my MM Genic's molt:
Could you please post a photo of your Phormingochilus sp rufus?
 

CarlixTomix

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It's a sling in an orange prescription bottle, so no. It's burrowed 90% of the time anyway, and when it's not it runs into the burrow the moment I touch the enclosure. If you want to see pictures I recommend the genus gallery: https://arachnoboards.com/gallery/categories/phormingochilus.120/
Thanks, I'll check the gallery. I'm pretty new in this site and I'm still learning where is everything. I figured out Search button would be helpful for this, but I didn't find a lot there.
I love that species and it's in my list, that's why I wanted a shot.
 

Sterls

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Thanks, I'll check the gallery. I'm pretty new in this site and I'm still learning where is everything. I figured out Search button would be helpful for this, but I didn't find a lot there.
I love that species and it's in my list, that's why I wanted a shot.
When I get a good picture of it it'll be going into the gallery for sure, probably won't be for awhile though. At least until next rehouse, which won't be for a molt or two. After that it's dependent on catching it out. I can try to remember to tag/PM you whenever that happens.
 

z32upgrader

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C. elegans female, and Pseudhapalopus sp. "Colombia" sling #3 molted.

Grammostola acteon smaller female molted.
 
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Kibosh

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Spring bonanza!

4/19/21- I. Mira
4/20/21 P. Formosa
4/21/21 2x(Orphnaecus sp.) ‘Blue’ Panay
4/21/21 Encyocratella Olivacea
 
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