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Arachnophoric

~2" C. marshalli

A couple days post-molt. I know these guys are sexually dimorphic, where the males grow little or no horn. The molt was inconclusive as it was a little too torn up, but by this size (right around 2", molt measured 1.75" stretched DLS) shouldn't the horn be bigger/more defined on a female?

~2" C. marshalli
Arachnophoric, Nov 25, 2019
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    • cold blood
      Too early to tell
    • Liquifin
      Agreed, way to early to tell at that size. Normally at 3'' there is some minor sexual dimorphism, but the C. marshalli horns do not develop as fast as the C. darlingi. So you're gonna have to wait quite a bit or wait for the next molt to tell for certain.
    • Arachnophoric
      @cold blood @Liquifin Good to know, I'd been under the impression that the difference was a little more noticeable by this size. I'll try to reserve judgement until another few molts unless I get one I can reliably sex before then, thank you both. :)
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