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Looks like a male. Seems to have molted recently, so if you still have the exuvia looking at that would be more definitive. Great colors, even from the bottom! :D
 
I dont have it unfortunately. Stinks he wont live long, but yes he's so so pretty!

Looks like a male. Seems to have molted recently, so if you still have the exuvia looking at that would be more definitive. Great colors, even from the bottom! :D
 
I dont have it unfortunately. Stinks he wont live long, but yes he's so so pretty!
Well, take it with a grain of salt - ventral sexing is not an exact science sometimes. Fairly confident on this one, though.
 
Well, take it with a grain of salt - ventral sexing is not an exact science sometimes. Fairly confident on this one, though.
Next time he molts, I'll get a pic. If it end up for sure male, I'll just enjoy watching him for as long as I can. I kept a couple of tarantulas 10 years ago and then moved, and I just recently started keeping them again, and this little guy has made me fall even more in love with tarantulas than I ever have before! Made my heart just burst with joy :)
 

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Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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