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boy am I sheepish!

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by OTwolfe, Feb 25, 2008.

  1. OTwolfe

    OTwolfe Arachnosquire

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    WELL...I thought my avic avic was a female. She's my first T, and my more experienced beau looked at her and confirmed femaleness, pending more maturity.
    Then she molted..
    into a HE:eek:
    With tibial hooks, and very male pedipalps. He is still very cute, a very nice avic specimen. I think he's very close to being a mature male. Now, do I try to find a female avic avic, or ship him off for some nookie? Decisions, decisions.
     
  2. Mina

    Mina Arachnoking Old Timer

    That is up to you, are in interested in breeding? It can be fun.
     
  3. von_z

    von_z Arachnobaron

    You should probably do one or the other, because it sounds like that was the last molt you will get out of him.
     
  4. funnylori

    funnylori Arachnobaron

    If he has hooks and bulbs, he is mature. Better find him a girl friend fast!
     
  5. fishwithoutabik

    fishwithoutabik Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Lol. I had the same experience with my first A avic. I sent him off to breed, but I do really miss him, he was quite the teddy bear T;)
     
  6. Snipes

    Snipes Arachnoprince Old Timer

    I need a boy :)...
     
  7. desertdweller

    desertdweller Arachnoprince

    I'd buy him a girlfriend and watch. then you can have a sac and one of his offspring. It's an amazing thing. I bought my MM H lividum a mail order bride and she is underground right now makin' babies!
     
  8. von_z

    von_z Arachnobaron

    Can I have one??? Pleeeeaaase?:D
     
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