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B. Emilia

I know this is a tough species to ventral sex any ideas though?

B. Emilia
mosesobe, May 6, 2019
    • Liquifin
      I'm not confident on B. emelia, even though I have a female. Yours looks female (with grain of salt). I understand everyone wants a female B. emelia. But I have not seen a male B. emelia in ages, they're in more demand right now than females for breeders. While yours does look female, it would be great to see a male in the US again.
    • mosesobe
      @Liquifin the molt looked more male although it was a little torn so i wasnt sure we might still have a chance it’s a male lol
    • Liquifin
      @mosesobe molt sexing is very very easy for B. emelia. B. emelia are those very few T.'s with an infused spermathecae at a young age. Compared to most other Brachypelma where there spermathecae are separated, then infused as they reach maturity.
    • mosesobe
      @Liquifin ok thanks for the info ill take another look at the molt...
    • Patherophis
      @Liquifin @mosesobe Sorry guys, I usually ignore misspellings, unless they are repeated, and here it was reapeated for ridiculous number of times. That poor spider is B. emilia! :)
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    • Liquifin
      @Patherophis OHHH...... My pride in scientific names (crushed by misspellings) :dead:
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    Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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