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Who's molted today

octanejunkie

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Semi productive day for my exo shedders yesterday

T. albopisolus, molt-sexing pending
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T. verdez, molt-sexing pending
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C. lividius "Emerald Green"
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A. chalcodes
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P. pulcher #2, sling
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A. genic, tiny sling
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P. irminia
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A. avicularia (one of my 4 from the beginning of the pandemic) molt-sexing pending
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P. regalis, there are more I have to pull, still *rolls eyes*
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Dolichothele diamantinensis' exo.
Sent him out for breeding loan so I got to pull his old suit
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H. pulchripes, seeing a cricket for the first time since molting... not a fan
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MrGhostMantis

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Semi productive day for my exo shedders yesterday

T. albopisolus, molt-sexing pending
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T. verdez, molt-sexing pending
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C. lividius "Emerald Green"
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A. chalcodes
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P. pulcher #2, sling
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A. genic, tiny sling
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P. irminia
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A. avicularia (one of my 4 from the beginning of the pandemic) molt-sexing pending
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P. regalis, there are more I have to pull, still *rolls eyes*
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Dolichothele diamantinensis' exo.
Sent him out for breeding loan so I got to pull his old suit
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H. pulchripes, seeing a cricket for the first time since molting... not a fan
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Imagine your A. chalcodes actually molting
 

Konstantin

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Hi all
My B hamorii is at it today.She took really weird position next to her cork bark hide.Sort of like in a threat posture leaned slightly on her side.Has to check her this morning as was not sure she is alive but she reacted when I opened the lid so left her to it.She is just out of her moult and on her back. Hope all went fine and she will be on her feet soon.
Really freaked me out this lady.
Regards Konstantin
 

Gizalba

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This happened 4 days ago; first pic is day of the moult, second pic is from the other day. My C. versicolor Nevele finally moulted for the first time with me :) very excited about this as my last one Ele died a few weeks after I got her, so it's promising to see a successful moult, fingers crossed. Really cool to see her legs looking see-through then darkening and being able to see the tiny claws :D

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Nevele stretching after moult - Copy.JPG
 

m0lsx

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One of my LP's molted last night. I have gently & quietly removed the molt & it looks male, but it's 7 inches (or about 18 cm) DLS! So a large boy & although he has not been out yet, I cannot see any hooks. But as it laid on it's back last night, it's fangs looked mighty.

I have just measured the fangs on the molt, over 15 mm & that is a straight line measurement that does not take into account their curve. So over 20 mm.
 

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