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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    Are hybrids infertile? I asked around a bit here in my country and sounds like it might already be a hybrid... A while back there was a confusing under these Ts and sounds like they got a bit mixed up....
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    The reason I am trying to make sure what T it is is because I am getting a male soon... The last thing I would want to do is cross breed... So I must now that they are the same species.... What would happen if they are not and they do breed?
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    What do you think?
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    Okay I know the tibia(thats where spurs are on males) but where is the back tibia? Will upload a photo of my female just now
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    If you could maybe explain so that I will be able to see the difference easier. Because I see no difference to my Brock and this pictures Genic..
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    hmmmm on what back tibia?
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    A picture of the molt of my T from the first picture I posted with the spermathecae
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    But doesnt the spermatheca of A look like the genic? What about the spermatheca I uploaded?
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    Some one else posted this in another forum on another site asking the same question. After I looked at the spermatheca I disagreed with them. Now we have the spermathecaes to compare with each other. Let me know if you agree and what you think. I also compared if it is of any relevance the chaco...
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    Someone referred me to this thread after I asked the same question and only got the answer after I posted my thread.
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    Brocklehursti vs Geniculata

    I think I also found a difference... But I will say the opposite of you guys about the banding. I was doing intense research on this in the last few days and came across a site.... http://tarantulas.tropica.ru/en/node/586 I will also add a picture of my Ts spermathecae. Just to be objective you...
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    Acanthoscurria brocklehursti OR Acanthoscurria geniculata?????

    How do you tell an A. Brock from A. Genic??? I bought an A. Brock as a sling about 2 years back but I can not tell he difference... Mine is a MF now. But the two species looks so similar. Can anybody know and tell the differences for sure???
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    C. Fasciatum does not want to mate!

    Awesome will do thanks!
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    G. Pulchripes with abdomen in the air?

    See I mated her just more than a year back. May/june last year... she molted it out about august... so i mated her again plenty of times up till now.. she doesnt become fat... I am battling sooo much.. so I rehoused her and pushed up the humidity and temperature... but since she is in the new...
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    G. Pulchripes with abdomen in the air?

    The photo went upside down.. :?
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    G. Pulchripes with abdomen in the air?

    My Chaco stands up with its abdomen into the air.. i just rehoused her... at first i though its to hot but it is only 24 degrees C. Sometimes she even points her abdomen into the air like slings do when they to hot.
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    G. Pulchripes with abdomen in the air?

    Any other reasons for it?
  18. Gravid Brachypelma albopilosum

    Gravid Brachypelma albopilosum

    Mated about 3 months ago. Getting very fat. Just waiting for her to drop. Expecting it to be soon.
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    Got a new tarantula! (B. albo)

    I have a gravid B Albo.. Mated her about 3 months ago.. Any Ideas on when she might drop? She is very fat.. round almost like a golf ball..
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