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L. Parahybana
Pasteo, Mar 6, 2019
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    • Andrew Clayton
      The only way to tell from here is if it is mature?
    • RezonantVoid
      If it's at its ultimate molt than 100% female
    • Pasteo
      Sorry, maybe too little input from me ;-)

      The body lenght (not legspan!) is about 3.1 inch so it should be an adult tarantula.
    • The Grym Reaper
      You need a ventral shot, all you can tell from your pic is that it's not a mature male, immature males and females are virtually identical.

    • Pasteo
      But with 3.14 inch body length the tarantula should be adult or not?
    • The Grym Reaper
      @Pasteo Body length means absolutely nothing to anyone outside of mainland Europe (which is most of the membership as it's a mostly US-based forum), what's the leg span?
    • The Grym Reaper
      That looks male to me, females have a pretty obvious gonoslit.
    • Pasteo
      Thanks for your answer. OK so please note I come from Europe :)

      Legspan is generally twice body size. But I also measured the tarantula yet and legspan is about 6 inch. So the tarantula should be adult?
    • The Grym Reaper
      @Pasteo Subadult in this case, males are only considered to be adults once they reach sexual maturity.
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    Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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