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KdeBruyn

Caribena versicolor [ventral sexing] [1/3]

The molts are always destroyed with this one

Caribena versicolor [ventral sexing] [1/3]
KdeBruyn, Sep 12, 2019
    • Vanessa
      You should always include the size.
    • Ungoliant
      additional photos of this tarantula:

      [​IMG] [​IMG]
    • Ungoliant
      @KdeBruyn There is a good chance the molt is usable even if it looks destroyed. See this thread for tips and instructions: How to Request Species or Sex Identification.

      As far as multiple photos go, the best way to handle that is post a comment on your first image with thumbnail links to the additional images. I also put numbers in the titles to indicate that they're the same individual.

      How to embed images in comments (I recommend using the thumbnail option):
      1. Open the image (in Arachnoboards) that you want to embed.
      2. Copy the code in "Share BB (With Thumbnail) Code" or "Share BB GALLERY Code." (Both of these options allow the user to click the image for a link to the source.)
      3. Paste the code where you want the image to be in your comment.
    • KdeBruyn
      @Ungoliant thank you for the advice. I'll look into that thread and follow the instructions as to the multiple photos.
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    Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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