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C. versicolor

C. versicolor 2.25” DLS 60x Magnification I do believe i see lady parts.

C. versicolor
Theneil, Aug 4, 2019
    • The Grym Reaper
      I can't even tell what I'm looking at :hilarious:

      Here's my 4.5" female if that helps
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    • Theneil
      @The Grym Reaper Yeah. unfortunately i couldn’t get them in a better position but i think i see the outline of one. the other i am less sure.
    • VanessaS
      The spermathecae of this species are pretty obvious at this size and are no longer transparent. Here is my female at 2.5". One of the spermathecae is laying down, but the other is clearly visible.
    • Theneil
      @VanessaS So do you think this is male then? Its been a while, but i feel like my other versi’s spermathica were not clearly visible (to me) until it was about 1/2 way through the color changing from sling blue to pink...
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    • VanessaS
      @Theneil I'm not really seeing anything that would make me think that they're female. Maybe check the next moult, they should be close to 3" at that point.
    • Theneil
      @VanessaS LOL. That means i have to wait more... :dead: i don’t even care which it is. I just want to know:shifty:
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    Spermathecae sexing (Molts)
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