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Who's molted today

Konstantin

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Finally my Pseudhapalopus sp. Blue, Neiva has moulted, this is one slow growing T.

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Hi
Gorgeous little bugger :)
I got myself 5 Pseudhapalopus sp colombia lately at about 0.5cm to almost 0.9cm. The 3 smallest have moulted days after I received them and barely put any size.Will be a long run by the looks of it.lol
Regards Konstantin
 

m0lsx

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Tarantula Club Member
We have had a few over the past few days.

My wifes Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli, G pulchripes, Nhandu chromatus & Poecilotheria hanumavilasumica.
One of my Homoeomma chilensis, which is now twice the size of my other one, at almost 2cm & my Pterinopelma sazimai.
 

ilovebrachys

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We have had a few over the past few days.

My wifes Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli, G pulchripes, Nhandu chromatus & Poecilotheria hanumavilasumica.
One of my Homoeomma chilensis, which is now twice the size of my other one, at almost 2cm & my Pterinopelma sazimai.
Congrats on the successful moults....sounds like that bigger chilensis might be male growing so fast lol.. Although too small to tell yet :D
 

m0lsx

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Congrats on the successful moults....sounds like that bigger chilensis might be male growing so fast lol.. Although too small to tell yet :D
Yes I brought 2 tiny slings from Bedford last year. They both molted within days of each other at the end of last year & the big guy has now molted again, but it looks so much bigger than the other.
 

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