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Now to figure out how to sell or trade spiders with people lol.
It appears that after raising 4 Psalmopoeus that turned out male I finally raised a lady.
I think this is a male, based on behavior. It was out once a month before, and only ever for a few minutes. Then it molted (destroyed the molt)...
Only 1.5 inches and in bloated premolt so could be false advertising. Could have sworn I saw one lobe of spermatheca under the microscope last...
She's already 3.5" :)
Hind foot, fewer sensory hairs than the front feet. Saturation untouched.
The individual whose molt photos I posted recently. She came out where I could put some calipers to her and she's a gorgeous 5". Saturation untouched.
One of my favorite NW arboreals, whilst it is quite common in mexican hobby nowadays, back in 2004 when I started it was quite rare and expensive.
Foot, shape reminds me of an F22 fighter.
Side view of a foot.
I assume this is the pumping stomach.
The eye area from inside the molt, illuminated from outside.
Eye section of the molt, taken from the underside (inside the spider). Looks like a little "iris" in each one to reduce the aperture, if like a...
The eye section of the molt from above. Looks like a little bullet hole in the center of each.
Foot. She was 4 1/4" dls prior to this molt, hasn't come out where I can measure her yet after molting, but she did take out the trash. I'm amazed...