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Goopyguy56

P Irminia

Only 1.5 inches and in bloated premolt so could be false advertising. Could have sworn I saw one lobe of spermatheca under the microscope last molt but I don't want to get my hopes up. Love the look of this species. One of the top 5 most beautiful t's in the hobby imo

P Irminia
Goopyguy56, Nov 27, 2019
    • Arachnophoric
      A bit small to be certain, but I'd say female from that ventral. Def give this next molt a good look, Psalmos get visible spermathecae pretty early.
    • Goopyguy56
      Yeah, hope I can get molt before it gets chewed up. I have raised 4 Psalmopoeus before this from slings and all 4 turned out male. If this is a lady I have to celebrate by getting my first pokie. But I probably won't cus I have a 3 yo toddler
    • Arachnophoric
      @Goopyguy56 Oof, bad odds there. Fingers crossed for you, if you can snag the molt before it gets chewed you should definitely be able to sex it at least with a microscope. I could sex mine with the naked eye about 2.5".
    • Goopyguy56
      We will see what happens. For this species I just wait till the molt gets spit out of its lair. So it will probably get chewed up a tad. At least they grow somewhat fast
    • Goopyguy56
      She's molting right now in a position outside her secret lair. I think I might be able to get it after she's done. I will post pics if I can get it under the microscope
    • Goopyguy56
      It appears our suspicions were correct.
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