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Acanthoscurria Geniculata

I haven't a clue what I'm looking for... so have tried to give you several different angles.

Acanthoscurria Geniculata
PurplePanther, Feb 17, 2017
    • KezyGLA

      The spermathecae is the flap protruding in between the top set of book lungs
    • PurplePanther
      @KezyGLA ..... they all look so different though.
      But I've only been in the hobby for 3 months..... I'm sure I will learn quickly !
    • BobBarley
      100% female
    • EulersK
      Yep, female. This is the same as before? Man, that water kind of killed the picture, huh?
    • KezyGLA
      @EulersK yeah I always wait until dry as when looking through eye glass when wet can be a pain. Same when comes to photos, it ruins the lighting in the important areas.
    • PurplePanther
      @EulersK - yes this is the same T
      You recently helped me out on YouTube....
      Knowing how experienced you are, your 100% male got me thinking that
      the company I bought her from had ripped me off.
      I now know to post pics when the T has dried out.
      Even though I am totally new, I thought I could see the 'flap'.
    • EulersK
      @PurplePanther Nothing beats in-person viewing :shame: Usually it being wet doesn't make that big of a difference, especially with a spider that size. So you actually taught me something today!
    • PurplePanther
      Thanks to everyone who took the time to help confirm the sex of my beautiful T, Nikita.
      There was some initial confusion, but we got there.
      I only got my first Ts Nov 2016, and have already had a total of 5 molts.
      Next to molt is my female B. Smithi, Jasmine, bought at 5cm in Nov 2016.
      I'll post pics to get a confirmation.
    • PurplePanther
      @EulersK ...... "Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching"
      EulersK likes this.
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    Spermathecae sexing (Molts)
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