Who molted today?

Jaycooks1

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My Avic Avic had its first molt since i brought her home from pet store she ate like a champ for 2 weeks then went into the funnel web and has come out for a week i peeked down the funnel today and can see her sitting behind the old molt.
 

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Phormingochilus everetti molted this morning. Right on schedule. No picks yet, unfortunately, because it has thoroughly reinforced it's web tube and burrow with about 100 layers of webbing... :lol:
 

Matt Man

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my sub adult A. chalcodes. Been over 2 years
my sub adult A, steindachneri, Been bout the same
 

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Young female GBB, Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens, Sprite, molted this evening.
Laying on her molting mat:
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And 90 minutes later:
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Looks like she's still got all her legs and pedipalps! My records showed her next molt would probably be on or around July 23, so that's pretty accurate.
 

Shinn

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Young female GBB, Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens, Sprite, molted this evening.
Laying on her molting mat:
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And 90 minutes later:
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Looks like she's still got all her legs and pedipalps! My records showed her next molt would probably be on or around July 23, so that's pretty accurate.
Congrats. Mine started 3 hours ago...
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Still not much signs of progress when I checked on it 15 minutes ago. Let's hope it gets through the molt fine.
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Fangs are out!
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May need a rehouse soon judging from the size of them.
 
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Shinn

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Mine is still small, so she changes clothes fast. I'm curious to see if she loses the light carapace this time - should be soon anyway.

Good luck!
Expecting mine to breach the 1.6 inch mark this molt. Got it as a mystery box draw for 15usd
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Mostly done as I update this post

And righted!
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Craig73

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Wiener, the obt, has had a wardrobe change. Was 3”, no idea what to expect until the reveal 😳 7C762648-55F6-4F9E-BBF3-E98F1E31B696.jpeg
 

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I finally got 100% confirmation that one if my T apophysis is a female! It molted and I managed to get a quality pic showing the epigastric furrow:

 

codenamekitsune

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I got a surprise from my GBB today. I don't see them much because they've decided the hide in the corner of their enclosure is where they prefer to web up the most. And today when I went to feed I noticed a lack of response. So I was shining a light into the hide and noticed that there were way too many legs!! I pulled out a pretty impressive molt... But one that had been pretty wrecked by the spider. So I took out the feeder and will give them a solid few days before trying to feed again.
 

Charliemum

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My Homoeomma sp blue Peru 2 AF 'Ham n Cheese' moulted yesterday first moult in my care 😊, can't wait for her to stretch out so I can have a look at her in all her glory. I have only had her a month n she's always been in pre moult so never seen her true self yet. Go Ham 😁
 

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Two molts last night!

0.0.1 Hapalopus sp. Colombia large - Jack(Jackie?)
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0.1 Tliltocatl albopilosus - Hagatha (last molt was 178 days ago - 5.5" DLS pre-molt, guessing she'll be over 6" now)
Tlitocatl albopilosus - 07.26.22 - Fresh molt 1.jpg
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