Something in Cryriocosmus or Hapalopus probably.Which species do you think is the smallest, when full grown?
I think most females are 1.5-2.5" at most, and males hook out around 1.5-2" I am not positive on those numbers, hopefully someone can confirm or deny.probably... i don't know how big those get, but my c. elegans is about - what, 1.5"? if even that.
I saw baby C. elegans sold at 1/32". Its like raising pet dust.Wow, I imagine those guys are practically invisible as slings!
Ahhh, as usual i am off by 1/2". With my eye sight I would have difficulty seeing the hooks.Yeah, my female C. elegans are about an 1"-1.5" and my male hooked out and just barely an inch.
It's interesting though, from what I've been told C. elegans are one of those species where maturation in males is really variable. I've heard people say they've had males mature at 1/2" and some nearly 2". Of course, maybe the variation is due more to the fact that we are getting old and can't see that well when things are so small, but could be just one of those things. Also my male grew A LOT faster than what I am assuming is a female from the same sac. He matured in maybe January at almost an inch and today what I am assuming is a female is barely 1/4". Interesting.Ahhh, as usual i am off by 1/2". With my eye sight I would have difficulty seeing the hooks.
Your a guy, its to be expected. ;PAhhh, as usual i am off by 1/2". With my eye sight I would have difficulty seeing the hooks.
In my opinion they are both close to the same size. Some people say C. elegans is smaller and others say A. paloma is the smallest.Hi!
I think I heard it was Aphonopelma paloma(someone correct me if I'm wrong).
C.elegans are small but not the smallest.