Who molted today?

Shinn

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Ornithoctonus sp. Uthai Thani molted successfully but pet hole being pet hole can't get a decent picture lol.
 

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GBB - C. cyaneopubescens sling molted yesterday. She was super chubby, but ate a very small meal 4 days ago, so this was a bit of a surprise one. Molt was 1 5/8" DLS, estimating she's over 2" now. And also, yes - it's a girl!

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Spermathecae as seen under approx 80X magnification:
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I thought E. murinus or Phorm. everetti would be next, but they're still on deck!
 

Wolfram1

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Alright, so my larger 0.0.1 Chilobrachys sp. "Kaeng Krachan" molted and i was almost positive it would come out as a MM male based on the colour and size.
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However it appears to not have matured yet and with the 3" it has now i am no longer so certain, since if it does turn out male it would be a larger one.

My understanding is they usually mature at its current size.
 
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coolnweird

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Female M. robustum molted a couple nights ago, got a good picture today! Love this girl, raised her from a 1" sling and she was the second ever T I sexed as female. Typically a reclusive species, I consider myself lucky that she comes up top most mornings/evenings when not in premolt.
 

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0.0.1 Tapinauchenius violaceus
0.0.2 Poecilotheria fasciata
0.0.1 Psalmopoeus pulcher
 

Westicles

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Not a molt, but a shed. Wrong thread, yep I know this, but still we have some snake lovers here. This is Echo, my female coastal carpet python View attachment 419403 I'm having trouble deleting that, but nonetheless please everyone ignore my ignorance. I'm gonna put that it the proper place! Sorry guys, I got excited and wanted to share!
 
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Westicles

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Hmmm..... Maybe a "Who shed today?" thread is overdue in the Not So Spineless Wonders subforum?
You're absolutely correct. I'm trying to delete that post and place in the proper place. I really shouldn't have done that!!!
 

KenNet

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And this is exactly how this thread should die.
No moderation, write whatever you want with no connection to the original question.
 

Charliemum

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Not the best pics but my Sandinista lanceolatum has moulted unsexed and my nhandu caraponensis female has eventually unburied herself again not the best pic but so chuffed she came out freshly moulted n with a full butt of hair as shed kicked it off in transit 20220526_060826.jpg
 

Shinn

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Another G. pulchripes sling molt today. Should be around the 1 inch mark now.
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Side note P. transvaalicus molted yesterday too and put in a fair bit of size at 4th instar
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NMTs

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Ephebopus murinus finally molted. Promptly kicked the exuvia out of the burrow, but the T is still lurking within.
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Gotta grab that molt to try to sex it before it gets eaten this time!

I think the Phormingochilus everetti is going to be next, but Caribena versicolor could challenge...
 
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