Pterinochilus murinus "usumbara"

Joy

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Bon voyage! And happy honeymoon :)

Joy
 

Theraphosa

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that's a male?? dang... I thought it was a female... I thought male suppose to have long legs and slim body....
 

JacenBeers

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I was gonna say the same thing. It doesnt even have palpal bulbs.
 

Henry Kane

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Didn't you read the above post? Vayu said it isn't yet mature. Why would it have palpal bulbs yet? :)

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Tarantula Lover

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hey

is she going to have them mate? or put it with a female, and live with her? Cool Pics!

James
 

JacenBeers

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Originally posted by Atrax
Didn't you read the above post? Vayu said it isn't yet mature. Why would it have palpal bulbs yet? :)

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Of course I read it. I was just mentioning that I was thinking the same thing as the other person who was wondering if it was male or not.
 

Vayu Son

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The reason for confusion is that many T's do not become noticeably sexually dimorphic in regards to size and width until they are sexually matured.

He is only about 8 months old. Here is the spider next to a sink faucet so you can see how small it is.

-V
 

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