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Theneil

1.0 Hapalopus sp Colombia large

2.0” DLS Another male

1.0 Hapalopus sp Colombia large
Theneil, Nov 1, 2019
    • VermillionFox
      From this photo, Id say a male
    • Theneil
      @VermillionFox

      Not that i mind the guesses, but i wanted to check and see if you are familiar with the numbering system for identifying the sex of an animal?

      When you see something listed with a number (usually first) with one or teo decimal points in it. Ex: 2.5.8 Brachypelma smithi

      The numbers represent the number of each sex present or available in the order of Male.Female.unknown so in the example above there would be 2 males, 5 females and 8 unsexed. sometimes the unsexed are ledt off so there are only 2 numbers (male and female)

      Many of us post pictures of known males or females just as a reference to others. Not because we are unsure. So if you see a picture titled (or in the comments) “1.0 Hapalopus sp Colombia Large” it is usually because the poster knows it is male and juat wanted to share it as a reference to others. ;)
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    Spermathecae sexing (Molts)
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