It's not the age...it's the size.does the b. smithi or any t for that matter have to be a certain age before you can sex them properly
It is if:...but ventral sexing is never a 100% for sure.
I didn't say anything about sexual dimorphism.Well since the question was asked about a B.smithi it can't be sexes by it being sexually diamorphic(spelling), but Joe is the all knowing.
does the b. smithi or any t for that matter have to be a certain age before you can sex them properly
generally it's the tip of leg one to the tip of leg 4 on the opposite side . . . . now whether that's in a comfortable standing position, or stretched out is a matter of opinion.well i dont no cuz im not sure were u guys measure from/to if you answer that i can tell you
Sorry, is this a bad thing?No worries. You'll learn That Joe has to be right always. That's why a large percantage of people don't care for him.
Good point. Recently I've noticed a lot of stuff spit in Joe's direction because of the blunt delivery of some of his responses. The guy knows his stuff though, so I'm inclined to agree that I'd rather have good advice delivered bluntly. It's important to note that being blunt doesn't always equal being mean.Sorry, is this a bad thing?
Are people really now taking someones experience in Ts and using it against them, because theyre not often wrong?! Id rather hear good advice given straight to the point than bad/wrong/poor advice being given with a hug.
Ah, nice edit of your first post to add the 'many factors' part.As I said, there are so many factors involved like light, if the E.F is "furrier" or not, the specific T...that no matter the experience theres always room for error, so it is not accurate at 100%. (Of course one would need to know what 100% accuracy means).
You're not listening.Yeah, so as I said, Ventral sexing is not 100% accurate.
...but ventral sexing is never a 100% for sure.
Ventraly sexing T's is not accurate at 100%.
Is not true.Yeah, so as I said, Ventral sexing is not 100% accurate.