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2-3 days after the molt, any ideas of the sex? (Nhandu chromatus)
You shouldn't be handling it so soon after a molt, it's fangs are still red and exoskeleton is delicate.

Looks feminine.
 
You shouldn't be handling it so soon after a molt, it's fangs are still red and exoskeleton is delicate.

Looks feminine.
This T I had from when she came out the sack and she always hardened extremely fast, I wouldn’t be picking it up if I knew it would hurt it, but still I appreciate your care
 
This T I had from when she came out the sack and she always hardened extremely fast, I wouldn’t be picking it up if I knew it would hurt it, but still I appreciate your care
Ts take longer to harden, the bigger they get. That's also why it's advised not to feed adult tarantulas for 1 week after a molt - because of their still soft fangs. This hardening time will also increase with every subsequent molt of your N. chromatus. All advice on here is out of love for the animals :)
 
Ts take longer to harden, the bigger they get. That's also why it's advised not to feed adult tarantulas for 1 week after a molt - because of their still soft fangs. This hardening time will also increase with every subsequent molt of your N. chromatus. All advice on here is out of love for the animals :)
Yeah I know, I love my T with all my heart and I do all I can to give her the best life, I wouldn’t pick her up if I knew I could harm her that’s why I waited a while till she showed signs that she’s hardened
 

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