A. chalcodes male?
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A. chalcodes male?

Hey, so this one darkened up since the last molt (which it unfortunately ripped apart and decorated its burrow with) and I was wondering if anyone was familiar with the darkening pattern or the species and could tell me if it looks like a male or female?
If Male, they go crazy dark when they hit maturity, they lose all blonde. Their color can shift (Male and Female) from Molt to Molt, so it isn't really a sex indication.
 
If Male, they go crazy dark when they hit maturity, they lose all blonde. Their color can shift (Male and Female) from Molt to Molt, so it isn't really a sex indication.
Oh cool, thank you, I thought they would just darken more and more each molt if they are male. I will just have to wait for the net molt then, and hope that I get to it before the T does^^
 

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