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Who's molted today

Jess S

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first moult if 2020? :)
Sorry to hijack James' thread, but my first moult of the year (1st Jan to be precise) was one of the albo slings I had from you @Phil and it's had a mahoosive size increase. I also had my LP moult on Xmas Day. Can't believe my luck :)

Congratulations on your pulchripes moult, James. Looking forward to seeing a photo when you get an opportunity :)
 

Phil

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Sorry to hijack James' thread, but my first moult of the year (1st Jan to be precise) was one of the albo slings I had from you @Phil and it's had a mahoosive size increase. I also had my LP moult on Xmas Day. Can't believe my luck :)

Congratulations on your pulchripes moult, James. Looking forward to seeing a photo when you get an opportunity :)
Thats awesome that one of my babies gave you a nice start to the New year :)
 

Zanfe

Member
haplocosmia himalayana ( bulldozer ) decided not to want to eat today. Via barcaiding the cricket in a corner. And then proceed to molt while I was at work. Got to rehouse it now but plus side atlest it left the cricket in an easy to grab spot. Such a thoughtful t
 

m0lsx

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Not a T but I received a mystery box of Mantids this morning from the Mantid Den & when my wife took a photo of one of D longicollis look what showed up in the photo, a molt!! Even with a magnifying glass it was hard to find & it was about 2cm long, but it was just not easily visible, other than to the camera.


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menavodi

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Not a T but I received a mystery box of Mantids this morning from the Mantid Den & when my wife took a photo of one of D longicollis look what showed up in the photo, a molt!! Even with a magnifying glass it was hard to find & it was about 2cm long, but it was just not easily visible, other than to the camera.


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Very cool
 

gognomie

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My hapalopus sp colombia large just moulted, my phone is terrible and this thing is teeny tiny so no photo but there was no sign of it getting undressed this morning and honestly, I think it did it standing up.
Good job little dude, there will be a delicious bean weevil heading your way in a few days time.
 

Huntzman90

Member
My Cyriocosmus Aueri molted today. Was so tiny when I got her. She's molted 4 times in my care already (in about 6 months). Unsexed just wishful thinking again.

Anyone experienced with this species and know how quick they grow?

I heard the males grow and mature fairly quickly compared to some dwarf species? Any truth to this?

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Zanfe

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Avicularia Avicularia, sling molted last night a s now staying in his web tunnel so no realtor chance for a picture, still a little wet. Explains why he didn't touch his meal last night. I'm estimate he now 3/4 .

Which now seems like I might have 2 curly hair slings getting ready to premolt
 
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