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Who's molted today

Cor

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My smaller Brachypelma albiceps molted recently. While it doesn't have the great coloration of the larger, it's finally starting to get away from the basic brown sling that it has been.
 

Cor

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Three recent molts:

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Homoeomma chilensis is a little bit bigger now. Still a long way to go, but this is a good start!

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My Tliltocatl schroederi spends most of its time in its burrow. It kicked out this molt and remains out of sight. One day I'll see it.

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Well, look who's super huge now! Psalmopoeus irminia came out and deposited its molt and stayed out long enough for pictures. It's huge. It was definitely nowhere near that big last time I saw it out.
 

m0lsx

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The nice weather has produced a few more.

One of my OBT slings. (Pterinochilus murinus.)
A second of my blondi slings. (Theraphosa blondi.)
And a Lampropelma nigerrimum, A large sling, which was recently rehoused from a small sling pot.
 

Cor

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My tiny Grammostola pulchripes finally has some noticable stripes. It's still very tiny though.

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This beauty finally molted. It's the first molt in my care. I usually haven't felt the need to try and sex any of my tarantulas, but I may give this one a go to see if it's a female.
 

Cor

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Two surprises today:

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Grammostola actaeon is a little bit bigger and that red booty is really coming in nicely.

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What I thought was an A geniculata (and what I purchased) is on its second molt since it was pointed out that was definitely not an A geniculata. It's looking more and more Brachypelma auratum, especially with this molt. It has put on some good size this time, too.
 

m0lsx

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Summer is here.
On Saturday one of our LP's (Lasiodora parahybana.) A Juvi molted & was sexed as a male. Then last night. one of our Tliltocatl sabulosus slings. A Tliltocatl kahlenbergi sling & one of my Brachypelma klaasi slings molted.
 

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Just found this today from my Tapinauchenius rasti, Carib. It has moulted in the last few days and left it's old exo in exactly the same place as last years where I can't reach it without destroying all the webbing.

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