T. gigas...sexual dimorphism
This is my freshly molted T. gigas sling...I know the males and females look different but I'm not finding many pictures of the process of changing. Do they just molt out completely different one day or is it a gradual change that I will start seeing shortly. This little guy is probably .75 dls.
The vast majority of tarantulas are only dimorphic upon maturing. As in, the sexes look identical to each other until then.
 
I think it's called Pseudoclamoris gigas after the revision, correct me if I'm wrong
 
1. Pseudoclamoris gigas*
2. They're only sexually dimorphic as mature specimens, immature specimens are practically identical.
 

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