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A. Geniculata sorry for the bad angle
Luka98, Nov 3, 2018
    • Arachnophoric
      What's the size?
    • Luka98
    • Arachnophoric
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    • Luka98
      @Arachnophoric thank you for the info,he's so small he still barely has adult coloration so i'm gonna keep my fingers crossed for him to somehow turn out female :hilarious:
    • Arachnophoric
      @Luka98 Barely showing colors? That'd be very odd for an A. geniculata, especially at 2 inches or more.


      This is my A. geniculata at 2". Very much showing adult coloration already.
    • Luka98
      @Arachnophoric Mine has the knee coloration but his black colors are really muted and the carapace is a brownish gray instead of being velvet black like yours
    • Luka98
      @Arachnophoric looks like the seller lied to me? I don't mind keeping a sling especially a fast growing a. genic but mine looks nothing like yours yet. Not cool on his part either because i'm a beginner and can't really tell.
    • Arachnophoric
      Interesting. Mine is also fresh out of a molt too, and yours looks like it really needs to with that badonkadonk. :hilarious:
    • Luka98
      @Arachnophoric hmm can't really tell because it's eating like a machine then again it is an a. genic so i wouldn't be surprised if it ate right up until it flips over :hilarious:
    • Luka98
      Upon further inspection the abdomen is very pale so i think it's far from a molt actually. I think the breeder just fed it well and i'm dealing with a very early juvenile. Will post a pic of it's molt to make sure of the gender when it happens tho :D
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    Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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