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Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens [deceased]

Thanks in advance for your time and brains . Thinking a female?

Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens [deceased]
Alienwiredgirl, May 30, 2018
    • Alienwiredgirl
      @EulersK and yes, I stressed out for a week hoping she was in a molt phase and not dead before removing her . . .
    • Alienwiredgirl
      @EulersK because the topic isn’t is my T. Molting or dead ?It didn’t occur to me the need to specify, I’m sorry for the confusion. I just wanted to know it’s sex, not made to feel like I did something wrong. I appreciate your passion.
    • SkittleBunny
      I just cant see how a GBB would stop right there and decide to molt.. It would have to be disturbed/picked up.. If it was like that for a week it would stink and be very deflated and dead looking.. They can die if you touch them while they molt for future reference. I'm so sorry for your loss. It is best to make a learning experience out of it .
    • SkittleBunny
      Is this the same GBB from the other photo? It was so pretty
    • Alienwiredgirl
      @SkittleBunny I completely agree, I have /used to have a pair of them and they used to molt at the same time. The one molted a few weeks ago and is doing awesome, but this one fell behind schedule. I’m a school teacher and had to pack up my classroom where they were kept, I brought them home and on the first night back, I woke up and she wasn’t moving. I was excited because I thought that she was finally going to molt, so I left her and left her and left her and nothing. I’m also confused because there was no death curl either so I left her even longer to no avail. I’v been reading everything wondering what went wrong, but wondering if she was about to molt when I moved her?? I’m pretty torn up over it all. Thanks for your support .
    • Ungoliant
      @Alienwiredgirl I added a note to the title that will clarify this thread for future readers.
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    Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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