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PostSubject: B. albopilosum molted. darker in color now.   B. albopilosum molted. darker in color now. Empty5/26/2013, 12:38 pm

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this is curly, my curly hair tarantula, the molt was a mess so I couldn't determin if its a boy or girl. but he/she got darker in color after the molt. it molted about 7-10 days ago. I waited to pick it up.
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PostSubject: Re: B. albopilosum molted. darker in color now.   B. albopilosum molted. darker in color now. Empty5/29/2013, 2:37 pm

Tarantulas can get darker after molts. My B. Vagans used to be blue-ish with a orange abdomen, but now it is black with a red abdomen. What is the leg span of your tarantula? Beautiful specimen by the way. Very Happy
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That sure is a beautiful curly hair!!
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looks male to me.. i love curly-hairs they're hairy Very Happy
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its about 3-4 inches..

I think it has one more molt before it matures but im not sure.

it hasn't bit me yet ive held it 3 times so far

I try not to disturb it , he/she stays under the log most of the time.
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