Who molted today?

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Arachnoknight
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Harpactira pulchripes sling molted overnight. Could only get a pic of the exuvia - the little T has already returned to it's burrow...
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LD50

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Not the best picture but my Davus pentaloris molted yesterday. So far it's the 2nd slowest growing sling that I have.
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spideyspinneret78

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Ripley (0.1) C. marshalli molted today. I didn't even realize that she was in premolt since she was always out and still eating! She's recovering in her burrow, but left her exuvia at the mouth of her den. Her horn gets bigger and flashier each time. Can't wait to see her come out. IMG_20220515_143654517~2.jpg
 

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Geez, man - another one...

Hapalopus sp. guerilla (Koko). Looks like it broke the 1/2" mark - that water dish is a 13mm tattoo ink cup:
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Munching it's molt:
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Also, the aforementioned C. darlingi decided it would come out for a pic, although not a full body shot:
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Next should probably be E. murinus and Phormingochilus everetti...
 

Charliemum

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Just walked in to find Missy my lp sling like this totally unexpected as she (🤞) has just eaten yesterday, gotta love an lp 😆
 

Charliemum

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Update.

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All done everything there that should be a successful moult from my little Missy
 

Kibosh

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Monocentropus balfouri who got an attitude with me as I pulled out her old molt and a supposed Brachypelma baumgarteni Juvie female.

Looking pretty sharp I must say and developing nicely.

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Charliemum

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Monocentropus balfouri who got an attitude with me as I pulled out her old molt and a supposed Brachypelma baumgarteni Juvie female.

Looking pretty sharp I must say and developing nicely.

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Definitely a baumgarteni looks exactly the same as my girl Pip looks about the same size too 😊 20220512_144916.jpg

Pip came from the spider shop so I know she is definitely a baumgarteni and certain yours is too 👍
 

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b hamorri just completed its molt :rolleyes:still looks same size as it did 3 molts ago (counting this last one ):Don the plus side it came out a lil thinner this time
 

Shinn

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Can't see much but one of my first slings (G. pulchripes) molting again.
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Came home and see a successful molt but bolted for the hide the moment I move to grab my camera.
 
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z32upgrader

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Aphonopelma anax adult female. All her legs are fully regenerated now :)
Smaller female Psalmopoeus victori, young male Brachypelma boehmei, Idiothele mira male matured, adult female P. ornata, Avicularia avicularia sling, paired adult female M. balfouri too. :(
 

Wolfram1

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0.0.1 Poecilotheria rufilata
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0.0.1 Phormictopus sp. "Dominican Purple", and ofc it closed itself off again after throwing the "trash" out

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