- May 29, 2004
Freshly molted T stigmurus
In most Tityus spp the males have more bulbous chela and less robust than the females. I hear T falc. is difficult to sex as you have to do a pectine count. Someone with more experience with these can hopefully shed more light on this.Murziukas said:Guys, any ideas on sexing T. Falconensis? There are two of them in Lithuania and it would be nice if it would be a pair. Tityus photo by Dennis1 looks quite similar to my tityus what could mean I have male as well. Generaly, females are smaller/bigger? More bulbous/ smoother shaped claws? Any hints from your experience?
Gigus, it's not life insurance you need it's liability insurance. You can't get a DWA without it. It actually doesn't cost quite as much as you would expect! [ /work mode]Gigus said:it depends on your local council but up to and over £400 is not uncommon
and if you do get one and you keep lethal inverts the life insurance is MASSIVE, vittatus arent lethal are they? thats why i dont understand why theyre on the list
The photo is nice , but you cant see that the males are much bigger that the femaleYthier said:I agree...not the best photo