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3-3.5” L parahybana

Couldnt get another picture before the little fella scurried away so hopefully this will do

3-3.5” L parahybana
Shaneq1212, Aug 3, 2019
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    • Androxian
      I'm a novice so I would take this with a grain of salt, however this specimen appears to be a male, though it is hard to tell from the photo.

      Hopefully someone more experienced can come along and give their opinion.
    • ccb
      wow, just molted? I think you'll need to wait for a better shot...or use the molt to sex it?
    • Shaneq1212
      Yeah just molted yesterday thats why i grabbed a picture as quick as possible because i wasnt expecting him/her to be out so soon!
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    • Androxian
      @Shaneq1212 I'd use the molt to confirm for sure. If you still have it, this is an excerpt from the Tarantula Keeper's Handbook: https://postimg.cc/v1mKYF9B
      Should be able to make an accurate determination using that.

      Let us know what sex it is!
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    • Vanessa
      Unfortunately, since they are freshly moulted, they are thin and fluffy and that is a bad angle. I wouldn't hazard a guess, even.
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    Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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