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My Tarantula Molted!


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#1 Offline IdioticMouse26 - Posted June 5 2024 - 6:01 PM

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Hello! For those who don't know, I keep a Juvinile(i think 6th instar) Grammostola pulchra. And she(I think, its too young to tell its gender) just molted! 

Here are some pictures of her just completing her molt:

 

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She wasn't molting for quite some time, so glad to see this!

 

 

 

 

Edit: just changed a typo on my title


Edited by IdioticMouse26, June 5 2024 - 6:57 PM.

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#2 Offline IdioticMouse26 - Posted June 8 2024 - 5:06 PM

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Update: She is now fully hardened! 

 

Here is a picture of her:

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Also, I need you guys' help on what to name her! Here are some names I thought of:

 

- Nova

- Mosag

- Aragog

- Arachne

- Shelob

 

Feel free to suggest her a name!


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#3 Online AsdinAnts - Posted June 8 2024 - 8:19 PM

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Arachne, also she looks amazing!
Currently keeping
-A. occidentalis
-B. patagonicus
-C. vicinus
-F. neogagates
-M. invidia
-Stennama spec..
I will want to also keep some other lasius types in the future.
You should also subscribe to my youtube channel! https://www.youtube.com/@AsdAnts

#4 Offline IdioticMouse26 - Posted June 9 2024 - 9:42 AM

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Thank you!






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