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Grammostola Pulchripes

I don’t know how old it is but it’s a good 2’5”(two and a half inches).

Grammostola Pulchripes
Tarantulanewcomer22, Aug 15, 2019
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    • Arachnophoric
      Age isn't relative as you can't tell for certain how old a T is based on size - that depends on factors such as feeding frequency, temperatures kept at, etc. and even then individuals are subject to grow faster or slower than others.

      Looking a bit male to me, but I'm not entirely confident in that answer.
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    • Androxian
      @Arachnophoric Does appear to show male characteristics but then again, 2.5 inches is pushing the lower bounds of accuracy so, @Tarantulanewcomer22, wait until he/she gets a little bigger for a more accurate sexing.
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