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My Chilobrachys guangxiensis, Sanya, moulted yesterday
Oof that black against the red *chefs kissYesterday was the turn of my Brachypelma boehmei to moult.
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Update: she looks basically the same size. Is that a thing?Spinelli (A. seemanni) molted last week, and I haven’t managed to get a good post-molt pic yet, so here she is prepping for the big event.
She was 4.5” before molting, excited to see her new size! It’s been a WHILE.
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Cool, and totally bizarre. A good amount of the time you have no idea if all is good or not. A lot of *that* time is because you don't know where half of them are. Are they actually still in the enclosures, or are they creeping up on you every time you turn your back in a big swarm? My reassurance there is that if they were loose my regalis probably would have already eaten me Today when I got home from work, our Caribena versicolor sling had molted. It was a nice suprice, since we have had our T's for only two weeks or so now, and it haven't eaten much at all during that time. I was a bit worried that it was due to shipping stress, but apparently not. This hobby is so cool