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Pics of all my Hermies now

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    DecAbbersMama "Preparing For First Molt"

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    There are 11. Some are named, some are not. Also, check out the thread I am going to post in a few. I took pics of Wasabi shell changing again, it is def. cool!

    Here they are:
    Tiny, he is the smallest:
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    Sushi, He has been around awhile:
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    Seacil, My first and largest (and prettiest)
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    Pinky, a newbie who was the last to change shells:
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    DecAbbersMama "Preparing For First Molt"

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    No Name #1
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    I have a molter already:
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    No Name #2
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    Gari, My most recent adoptee before the bunch:
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    DecAbbersMama "Preparing For First Molt"

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    Dinky:
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    No Name #3
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    Wasabi before the shell change:
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    xAizaOnigirix (Small Crab)

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    how cute!! so you haven't thought up names for the no-names yet? Good luck =D I fid it fun to name things in other languages (i didn't get that chance with my current hermies, though).

    Wow, a variety in color, too! very cute! =]
    (your Tiny is just like my Hurly; the baby, shy, and the smallest!)
     
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    DecAbbersMama "Preparing For First Molt"

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    My son named some of the new ones, my husband has named our older guys, I just need a new theme for the 3 not named yet haha.

    My tiny almost never comes out. He was in this HUGE painted turbo and I thought the shell was empty . I put him in the iso with a dozen size appropriate shells and it took him hours to come out and find a new one.
     
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    xAizaOnigirix (Small Crab)

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    Yeah, they're so shy. But so cute! as long as you have some active guys to keep you entertained, it works out nice =]

    I wonder how he ended up in the huge turbo. Sounds like he was forced in =[ poor thing! but he's in good hands now =]
     
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    DecAbbersMama "Preparing For First Molt"

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    Well, when I got the tank there were nothing but huge shells, so all the little guys were in shells that were way too big for them. This guy seemed to just be another causality of that situation. All the littleuns were more then happy to get shells that fit right.
     
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    Poppy "Second Molt, A Success"

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    Dinky looks almost like a freshly molted strawberry (i think) lol
     
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    DecAbbersMama "Preparing For First Molt"

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    I am pretty positive they are all PP. I am almost positive they never molted in their old home. The woman took such cruddy care of them that they never had conditions in which to molt. Also, he doesn't have the bright orange antennae, which is the dead giveaway of straws.
     
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