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 thought I would try to get a ventral shot to double check and now I am not too sure.
Quick question, and I'm sure it's nothing to worry about. I have a juvenile B. albopilosum that hasn't eating in about a month. I also notice a small bald spot on its rear. My assumption is that it is preparing for its adult molt, but I thought I would run it by the experts to be...
Relaxed 3.25” dls and is identical to my male that molted three days after this girl did. Acquired April 2017 at 1/2”. Seller has stated he has never received Nicaraguan variants (not that he knows of?). But she’s looking like one... Is she?