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Pic taken through a microscope, about 2" LS E. campestratus juvenile. I think I can make out the two spermathecae and furrow but wanted a second...
This is Kurt. A juvenile male that I purchased today, within two hours of being home he changed his clothes!
Freshly molted, and it’s a girl! It’s taken her 2 years to get to her current 3” size. She’s a good eater and very laid back.
But I’m not 100% positive. I know there’s supposed to be something between the book lungs, but is that it? Or is that just a bubble of skin?
One of my top favourites.
Pink Zebra Beauty Female
Adult female Eupalaestrus campestratus
I love this gorgeous little girl so much. I think that out of all of my spiderlings, she was the one that meant the most to me being female.
I could have sworn that my Calypso was male, but I was wrong. I was thrilled when she turned out to be female. Easy peasy recent rehouse.
E. campestratus 3" Male or Female??
Finally my 4 inch female flipped, her last molt was 8 months ago.
I know I'm really pushing my luck with this one, but it is the best I could do. I'm hoping someone has some feedback.
I thought I would post this because there are so few photos here for reference for this species.