Theraphosa Stirmi
Hey everyone,

Sorry for the bad pic. I have a wild caught Theraphosa Stirmi that is roughly 3-4 inches in leg span at the moment.

Does anyone have a rough idea of the sex?
Thanks for the responses, lol. She is wild caught and has been extremely aggressive since Day 1. A slight touch of the enclosure and she goes into threat posture. Always angry...always
 
Is that really a T. stirmi??? I understand that it is wild caught, but that underside (epigynial plate, and coxa) seems to dark for a T. stirmi. All T. stirmi that I seen and have are brown on the epigynial plate and coxa. Can you take a another pic of the T. so I can confirm whether it is a T. stirmi or not.
 
@Liquifin Sorry for the late reply! I'll post a different picture when I get home later this evening. It was sold to me as a T. Stirmi through a pet store that received it from Tarantula Canada.
 

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