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I hope its female but it looks like a Male to me
First proper picture of my sling.
N. chromatus, ~11 cm dls
Nhandu tripepii freshly molted probably 4.5 inches dls
Oddly enough at this size molted twice within a month and a half(closer to a month) time...
My Nhandu coloratovillosus finally gave me a good molt after a year haha. Is it a she/he?
Best I could do of this little guy - he is very skittish and ducks into his hide the moment I disturb him.
Freshly molted N. tripepii. If I hadn't sexed the molt to confirm that she's female, I'd think this was male. Just goes to show that ventral...
Looks female to me, but I would just like confirmation. I swore that this individual was male from her ventral shots. I couldn't see anything...
Nhandu showing temper to me for the first time. Beautiful display of anger.
Nhandu tripepii roughly 4 inches in dls
Love the pink on these guys. Much better in person.
3” dls molt. 1/3” @ July 2017. From cold blood’s 2017 sac. (nchr3)
3.25” dls molt. 1/3” @ July 2017. From cold blood’s 2017 sac.
Lovely lass enjoying a snack
My initial instinct was male but i'm finding it hard to decide when compared to other tripepii sexings on here. Anyone got any thoughts?
She lives in a threat posture and goes straight to biting. She is my spirt animal because I am the same way. ;)