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Tyler Scott

L. Parahybana

Recently molted, thought I'd put it up on here to see if anyone can sex it. Thanks in advance.

L. Parahybana
Tyler Scott, May 4, 2019
    • IncoherentScreeching
      I'm going to say Male because of the dark colored circle near where the abdomen meets the carapace. This is almost certainly a male. As far as ventral sexing goes, this looks to be a textbook male. As with all ventral sexing though, it's never 100% certain. Sexing the molt is the better option if possible.
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    • Tyler Scott
      I would like to get a hold of a molt from it that hasn't been completely destroyed lol. I have it but it is in pieces, and I couldn't get to it before it dried out as it molted inside of its burrow. So by the time I found out it was too late :(
      I have another picture here, but from what you said about the dark circle... it only looks to be a male even more... which is sad as I already have a MM L. Parahybana, and this is my 1st T so wanted it to be female.

      Thank you for the help.
    • Goopyguy56
      I would say male. Seems obvious to me due to that dark shaded area between the top booklungs
    • Tyler Scott
    • Liquifin
      Yes, 100% male
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    Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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