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I know that the other one is almost certainly male, but is this one too?
I know this is almost certainly male, from the developing patch of epiandrous fusillae, but is the other one as well?
There is a conspicuous dark patch of epiandrous fusillae on this molt-confirmed male.
A big pet peeve of mine is that so few of the photos in this album are ever updated with moult confirmations. It makes trying to compare to other...
I checked the exuvia and I didn't see anything resembling a uterus externus, or spermathecae, so I have already marked this tyke as male. I...
4"/10cm G. pulchra. Pretty clear with this handsome fella, right?
My 3"/7.6cm B. hamorii. I've never tried sexing by epiandrous fusillae, so figured I'd post for other opinions.
It keeps chewing up molts so i guess i'll have to try with ventral sexing. Any opinion if it is a male/female?Feedbacks are much appreciated :)
I know my picture quality is terrible, but does anyone have any ideas? It's one of two I picked up yesterday
I've got two, and originally I was thinking they were both female, but that looks quite a bit like epiandrous fusillae to me. I figured I would...
3.5in bought as a "female"
Molt confirmed female. She always looked male ventrally until this most recent molt, but it's obvious she's female now that she's reached the 3"...
I think this might be the only individual in the country. If they are male, they are going to be sorely out of luck.
This guy has a pretty noticeable "dot", so I thought this might be useful for reference. Roughly 4 inch DLS
H.Maculata molted, then ruined molt. I decided to attempt this one last time, I personally think female but I'm no pro
I can't get a good photo, but this ones about 2.5 inches. Fingers crossed, I can do my best to get a better picture if necessary