Female...Correct?
FrmDaLeftCoast

Female...Correct?

I believe it's a she (female)...Am i correct? And if im not...You suck. LoL jk. Thank You
I'm not great at this but people are probably going to ask you for the species and size.
LOL^ i was right
 
Different species have different 'tell tale' signs for females. Some have a prominent 'lip' at the furrow, while some others might have a very obvious 'moustache' of contrasting hairs. It matters, or else people wouldn't ask for it.
And size is not really required here, since there is a hand in the photo that you can ballpark to, although people should really get into the habit of providing both.
 
@VanessaS @Mvtt70 Well I had thought it was A. avicularia. Yet all of them basically look the same, except for this one. This sling is bigger than the others and it's color does not resemble the 7 other A. avicularias i own. It might be a C. laeta, but I'm not 100% sure. Yes i know...shame on me.
 
@FrmDaLeftCoast Those legs are far too light coloured to be an Avicularia avicularia. I would take a dorsal photo and put it in for identification, but if the only two options are Avicularia avicularia or Caribena laeta, then I would go with C.laeta.
I would also go with them being female.
 
@VanessaS

Found a list I had made a few months ago. There's a slight chance this sling might be a Avicularia juruensis and not a Caribena laeta.

These below are my arboreals that are actually labeled....Hooray for me!

0.0.1 Ybyrapora diversipes
1.1.0 Avicularia metallica
0.0.2 Caribena versicolor
0.0.8 Avicularia avicularia
 

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