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L.Stratipes Sex

Discussion in 'What sex is my Tarantula?' started by Casperroux, Oct 15, 2016.

  1. Casperroux

    Casperroux Active Member

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    Hi Everyone.

    I have Managed to get som clear photos of my L.Stratipes...
    Can anyone please assist en sexing it..im not confident enough to do it without a molt.and i haven't been able to retrieve a molt thats not Damaged.please see the photos

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    Male. The epiandrous fusillae are easily seen.
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    Casey K. Well-Known Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    I agree with Walter. That's definitely a male.
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    Thanks guys so with ventral sexing ill try look for the fusillae to determine if male or female or is there more to look for?

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    That'll clinch it onthe male. Structure on the female usually convex and no such hair.
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    Thanks Walter will try with new info on new T's and post some Ventral shots just to Confirm

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