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It's recent molt measured 3'' and it finally has a a somewhat better sized horn, but it's not prominent yet.
2" Cerotogyrus marshalli
Buest guess is 4.5-5” DLS but the molt cam out in tiny pieces, so it is 100% speculation. LOL
I got pretty lucky finding the piece i needed. :)
A couple days post-molt. I know these guys are sexually dimorphic, where the males grow little or no horn. The molt was inconclusive as it was a...
I just rehoused her the day before, and she hasn't yet figured out that she can dig.
This species is sexually dimorphic; it's easier to look for the presence of a horn. This is just a reference image.
My Ceratogyrus marshalli outgrew her old enclosure, so I rehoused her yesterday.
Slowly growing up, finally can see a bit of its future horn. This little fella is a total sweetheart
Lol this is cutest threat posture i have ever had
1.25" C. Marshalli just molted would this be spermatheca or male accessory? And can anyone please explain to me a good way to distinguish the...
C. Marshalli roughly 3/4-1" look to be male of female?
The last time I saw her out all the way was seven months ago. At least she cooperated for a photoshoot.
My craziest tarantula so far, I've never seen any of them bolting rounds the enclosure only because I pick it up. Absolutely fascinating. Of...