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Lasiodora Parahybana

L.P. 3" *just molted*. I'm 90% sure it's a male, although I am brand new to the hobby (just got it yesterday, first T) please tell me I'm wrong or confirm my suspicion

Lasiodora Parahybana
spodermin, Mar 29, 2019
    • arachnidgill
      I wanna say male, but it's not a great picture. See if you can get one that's clearer. Welcome to AB!
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    • spodermin
      @arachnidgill well as I said it just molted so I don't want to make it move onto something clear (it hasn't moved from that spot since I rehoused it) but I will certainly post something much better in the near future. I also have a picture of the molt in the other subsection that is pretty darn clear.

      Thank you! Pleasure to join the community.
    • Moakmeister
      Do you still have the exoskeleton?
    • Goopyguy56
      Im guessing male based on the dark spot. Couldn't find any lady parts in the molt.
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    • spodermin
      @Goopyguy56 if it does turn out to be a male, at least the plus side is that I got the sexing right on my first attempt ever (first day owning a spider) I think I have a good idea of what to look for in future. And if I can find someone near me with a female I can at least send it out for breeding. I also heard that male L.P.s grow to be bigger than females, so there is extra "wow" factor being that I did buy it largely because of size
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    Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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    spodermin
    Date:
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