Male???
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Male???

  • ORO
Think this is a male G rosea, need confirmation
Just a thought; It would be easier to tell if she trimmed her bush back! Haha, could not resist. If there is a pronounce epigastric furrow under that fur, then its probably female. However if that line of horizontal symmetry is just the divider of the abdomen from the cephalothorax, assuming it is mature, it could be male. Remember to consider this, only with pure luck should anyone consider this option of posting a pic, and leaving the sum up for general public consensus, as the appropriate way to tell an individual spiders sex......:rolleyes:
 

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Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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