A avicularia
Found this little beauty yesterday at the shop I get feeders from. It's about 3 inches. My first arboreal. Yay! Any help sexing would be much appreciated. Thanks!
There is too much of an 70’s theme going on for me to see anything. Sorry mate.
The picture was taken with a horrid cell phone camera and believe it or not between the camera not wanting to focus and the flash this was the best I could do. I've since given up on worrying about who is male or female. I found my first T back in September, figured out it was a T in December and if they've taught me anything in that time it's the meaning of patience. :rofl:
@Warren870 Cool.

Ventral sexing is iffy at best with most species. I am always practicing my art of looking at T’s unmentionables.

I saw that T you found right in your own back yard. What a lucky find. How is the little guy doing?
Very lucky! It opened up a new world to me. I'm now the proud keeper of 9 T's of various sizes and I just ordered 2 more today. The little hentzi is doing great. It molted around the end of March. Very good eater. It is rather fiesty though. Loves giving either me or mealworms threat poses.
What did you order today? I have new T’s coming this week. So excited. :)
My 5 year old twins are already arguing over names for the new additions. They name every animal we have. Cows, ducks, pigs, chickens it doesn't matter they all have names. My personal favorites are the goose named mr honkers and my p sazimai named starlight. :rofl:
@Warren870 we name everything here. Almost every thing. Some of the fish still don’t have names yet. Give it time though. I have had my A. Chalcodes for ever and it still hasn’t grown. It might be the slowest growing T in the world.

His name is Tiny Tim because he doesn’t grow at all.

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Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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