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Who's molted today

FishermanSteve

Well-Known Member
3 Year Member
My AF D. diamantinensis made me a little nervous this morning when she decided to start molting upright
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But she pulled through just fine!
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Jess S

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1,000+ Post Club
2 this evening.

P. sazimai (sorry about the glare)
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Better photo

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And my little L. parahybana

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Really surprised that they both beat my auratum sling to moult, as I was so sure a week ago that it was going to moult 'any day now' and I'm still waiting!! :D
 

FishermanSteve

Well-Known Member
3 Year Member
2 this evening.

P. sazimai (sorry about the glare)
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Better photo

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And my little L. parahybana

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Really surprised that they both beat my auratum sling to moult, as I was so sure a week ago that it was going to moult 'any day now' and I'm still waiting!! :D

my hamorii sling is 1” and has been in premolt for 3 weeks! I have had 4 ts go into premolt and molt in the time it has taken for this one to molt. Finally today I found it on its back
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splank3256

New Member
I am a little late to the party. I have two as a beginner. My LP sling/juvenile molted 11 days ago so 14 days from now should expect another one will post. My A. seemani. Still in premolt and it's been 2 weeks. Not worried though.
 
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