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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Snipes, Oct 30, 2005.
Lol, I've seen a few of those... Where it's just like vag of the century!
The p. metallica is confusing to me. I swear those pics look like there is a flap.
At what size should I be starting to look? I have a really good macro lens, which will pick up a lot of detail in a ventral shot, but I think my new one is still too young/small at 1".
Depends on species, some Ts can be easily sexed w/out lens at 1-2". Molt confirmed is the best.
Is it too soon on this one? Because if it is too soon - I won't bother fiddling with their moult until they are bigger.
What species is it???
Sorry, a G. pulchra.
My unsexed b.smithi is on its back moulting right now! Thankyou for putting this post on
Am I correct in saying this is a female???? Are the two 'eyes' below the 'mouth' the spermathacae? (Sorry if spelling incorrect)
I am new here and new to "sexing" tarantulas, could someone please help me with this molt from my L. striatipes?
My guess is female but as I said I am new and like to know if I am right.
Congrats, That's female alright.
Thanks man! I've always just waited for maturing. This is awesome!
G. pulchripes female approximately 3.5".
G. pulchripes male approximately 4".
Dummy here sexing via exuvia for the first time and could use some clarification. Here's a shot:
Here's the same shot at 100% zoom:
Despite all the threads and diagrams, I'm still somewhat confused at what I'm looking at lol. Am I correct that the green highlighted area is the spermatheca indicative of a female? Thanks in advance
Great photos! Yes, that is exactly what you should be looking for. This is female. What's the species?
Sorry, forgot to mention, Grammostola pulchripes