brazilian black tarantula

  1. "This plant has to go" 2/2

    "This plant has to go" 2/2

    My G. pulchra trying to do some redecorating.
  2. "This plant has to go" 1/2

    "This plant has to go" 1/2

    My G. pulchra trying to do some redecorating.
  3. 1.5-2" Grammostola pulchra/quirogai [ventral sexing]

    1.5-2" Grammostola pulchra/quirogai [ventral sexing]

    1.5-2” Grammostola Pulchra/Quirogai
  4. G.Pulchra/Quirogai 1.5" DLS

    G.Pulchra/Quirogai 1.5" DLS

    G.Pulchra/Quirogai 1.5" DLS I'm new to this. Not sure what to look for on a molt this small.
  5. 1.75" Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing]

    1.75" Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing]

    This is my Grammostola pulchra that was 1.75" DLS prior to this molt. I'm not even sure if it is possible to determine their sex at this young an age, or not. If it is, based on what I see, I'm leaning towards it being a male, but I don't have much experience with this.
  6. Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing]

    Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing]

    Grammistola pulchra juvie, last molt looked female but I'm not sure on this one
  7. 2.5" Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing]

    2.5" Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing]

    2.5" (roughly) G.pulchra. Last molt I checked looked female but this one looks male to me..need some experienced eyes! Thanks!
  8. Grammostola pulchra 3" DLS

    Grammostola pulchra 3" DLS

    I'm not sure if (s)he is too small yet, but here's hoping.
  9. 2" Grammostola pulchra [ventral sexing]

    2" Grammostola pulchra [ventral sexing]

    2” just got her/him 2 weeks ago. Any suggestions?
  10. 2" Grammostola pulchra [ventral sexing]

    2" Grammostola pulchra [ventral sexing]

    2 inch pulchra, molted 4 days ago
  11. Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [5/6]

    Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [5/6]

  12. Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [6/6]

    Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [6/6]

  13. Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [4/6]

    Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [4/6]

    Molt photo #2
  14. Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [3/6]

    Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [3/6]

    Molt #1
  15. Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [2/6]

    Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [2/6]

    Molt photo #2
  16. Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [1/6]

    Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [1/6]

    Molt photo #1
  17. Grammostola pulchra Sling

    Grammostola pulchra Sling

    Brazilian Black Sling
  18. 1.5" Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [2/2]

    1.5" Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [2/2]

    Same 1.5 inch G. pulchra. Any guesses or confirmation? Is this the right part?
  19. 1.5" Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [1/2]

    1.5" Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [1/2]

    Think this is the right spot? 1.5 inch G. pulchra
  20. Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [2/2]

    Grammostola pulchra [molt sexing] [2/2]

    Hopefully you can zoom as needed. Definitely observe absence of female reproductive organs at this point. Curious if female vs. male distinction is apparent regardless of size (just some molts are too visually small to sex) or if there is a particular stage in life when female/male organs develop?
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