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I'm having a bit of an Amblypygi moulting frenzy around here the last couple of weeks.
You have to be careful with this genus, because males can have very prominent sexual organs. I'm pretty confident that this is female, though.
I was expecting this one and she looks much better than she did last week.
Spermathecae of a 3.5" female.
My soulmate spider, Onyx, moulted today. :)
I got some IMO decent pictures of my girl's spermathecae and her flap. The moult is about 3 3/4". She's about 4" now, I'd say.
She has never been kept with a heat source - this ulcer is likely caused by her very large abdomen constantly rubbing on the substrate and other...
Managed to pull out Mrs Blue Berry's moult today, spermathecae showing up nicely now at about 3 1/2". :)
I'm thinking female, even though it looks like one of the spermathecae is bent down. She had chewed on it quite a bit by the time I found it. Top...
My senior Avicularia avicularia M1 moulted today - three years almost to the day of the last one. She is more than 10 years old and I thought I...
Seriously? 3 moults in 2 years and what do I get? This is the first male I'm kinda upset about... I had dearly wished it was a girl. :( Finding a...
I'm thinking female, considering the spermathecae photos.
Taken 24 hours after moulting and that really looks like a dried out uterus externus to me.
Taken fresh the day of the moult and not dampened at all. That looks like a uterus externus and very faint spermathecae to me.
Freshly moulted and looking vastly different to what she looked like shortly after her last moult. She is looking far more like the Aphonopelma...
She almost destroyed the important part, but thankfully, I found her spermathecae. ;)
Very freshly moulted and looking fabulous. ♥