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bobthehobo9, Jun 16, 2019
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    • l4nsky
      Would actually be 0.0.1 P. met for unknown sex. The connotation 0.1 is a confirmed female. Just FYI.
    • Arachnophoric
      A bit small to say with any certainty but if I had to choose I'd lean female. Let it get a few molts in and try again around 2" DLS, then you should be able to get a pretty accurate answer.

      Like @l4nsky mentioned, the x.x.x system is to denote the sex of a tarantula, where 1.2.3 would indicate you have 1 male, 2 females, and 3 unsexed specimens of one species. So for one unsexed T, it'd be 0.0.1.
    • bobthehobo9
      Duh! Thanks for the reminder guys. It’s been a loooong day haha.
    • Hoxter
      I'd also lean towards female but your T is still small so give it time
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