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Acanthoscurria theraphosoides (Ex A. ferina). Mature male. Preserved.
(You rarely see this species in the hobby especially a mature male).
I am 95% sure that this one is female, I just want a second opinion
He made a molting mat yesterday, and now his two bald spots have turned black.
Here are my 2 a gens. Any help with sexing.... I'm not very good ha. Both are due a molt, so I will try and get the exo's
Jennycolada got her fangs back!!!
Choco chilling after a meal. This girl keeps eating despite being clearly in premolt
I think its female??? It's 3.75 inches dls. I didn't want to stress it out anymore since it started kicking hairs so this is the best photo I got >.>
This A. geniculata has been such a cool t. I have had 100s of slings but this one is like a little red stripped lion. Hits hard and looks freaking...
Need help here, never sexed a member of the Aconthoscuria famaly before.
Is it female?
Molted recently and finally come out to show off
Some Romeo&Juliet style shenanigans seem to be blossoming between my T.stirmi and A.geniculata
Sorry about my water stained tank, would anyone like to help me out with a m/f sexing. (s)he's about 2-3 inches.
There is a conspicuous dark patch of epiandrous fusillae on this molt-confirmed male.
Just molted a couple days ago