ephebopus murinus

  1. 5”-5.25” Female Ephebopus murinus (Skeleton Tarantula)

    5”-5.25” Female Ephebopus murinus (Skeleton Tarantula)

  2. E. Murinus Ventral

    E. Murinus Ventral

    Please help sex my E. Murinus TIA
  3. Ephebopus murinus

    Ephebopus murinus

    Please help gender my skeleton Tarantula
  4. E. Murinus

    E. Murinus

    2" e murinus ventral male or female? TIA
  5. Ephebopus murinus

    Ephebopus murinus

  6. Ephebopus murinus

    Ephebopus murinus

    Just hanging out on her porch. Lol.
  7. Ephebopus murinus

    Ephebopus murinus

    3 inch male
  8. Ephebopus murinus

    Ephebopus murinus

    3 inch male for reference
  9. Ephebopus Murinus

    Ephebopus Murinus

    2.75 inch DLS Looking rather male to me, hoping it's too small to see yet?
  10. 20191204_140852

    20191204_140852

    Ephebopus murinus bioactive
  11. Ephebopus murinus

    Ephebopus murinus

    It is male or female? About 3-4cm body lenght. I will appreciate any help :)
  12. 0.1 E. murinus

    0.1 E. murinus

    I almost gave up on this one being female. However after eternity of waiting she finally molted without closing off burrow and I managed to snatch the excuviae. So happy.
  13. 5”-5.25” Female Ephebopus murinus (Skeleton Tarantula)

    5”-5.25” Female Ephebopus murinus (Skeleton Tarantula)

    Finally.... FINALLY! She didn’t retreat down into her burrow when I went to take the lid off!
  14. E. Murinus 2, suspect male again

    E. Murinus 2, suspect male again

    Can you confirm guys? Also at 3"-3.5" DLS
  15. E. Murinus 1, suspect male

    E. Murinus 1, suspect male

    Can you confirm guys? Already 3"-3.5" DLS
  16. E. Murinus

    E. Murinus

    A screenshot from a video of my first E. Murinus currently at 3.5" DLS (looks male, i did a ventral)
  17. E. murinus

    E. murinus

    Look at him, trying to show off his cool tunnel entrance.
  18. E. murinus

    E. murinus

    Don't get deceived by those cute'n'innocent eyes. This one's been trying to change occupation from hole dweller to escapist. Can't say I actually mind that, as long as he doesn't retreat immediately and lets me take pics it's all good.
  19. E. Murinus Sexing

    E. Murinus Sexing

    Sorry for the terrible quality. This is my E. Murinus that I’m almost positive is male, can anyone confirm?
  20. 5”-5.25” Female Ephebopus murinus (Skeleton Tarantula)

    5”-5.25” Female Ephebopus murinus (Skeleton Tarantula)

    Sitting at the burrow entrance....
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