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Brachypelma hamorii, 1.75” dls

I’ve had this little critter from when it was barely out of first instar.I’m hopeful from the view of that lip, but have been suspecting male, from the molts. Any thoughts?

Brachypelma hamorii, 1.75” dls
CommanderBacon, Nov 8, 2019
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    • Vanessa
      I'm going with female. They're a bit small still, but that is a damn good photo. Bravo. Please don't delete this and please come back and update it once you can moult confirm.
    • CommanderBacon
      @Vanessa Thank you! I used an Apexel 12x clip-on macro lens I bought for $6 on Aliexpress, but the quality is perfect for what I use it for! There's a 24x lens connector that came with it, but I've found that the 12x lens has been fine for most of my needs.

      We won't talk about the 10 other pictures that came out too fuzzy because I was trying to hold a cellphone up to the side of my hamorii's enclosure without accidentally tapping it XD
    • Feral
      I'd guess female. The trapezoidal shape, the little mustachio and no bald/fusillae spot. At that size I'm surprised to already see that lippy look to the epigynum so young! I think maybe she's an early bloomer, aaaw! :joyful:
    • Rating:
      Very clear, focused shot! Helpful!
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    Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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