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Female? Curly.

Aracnoenthusiast

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I'm told this curly is a female. I've read through a few things on ventral sexing but I dont really understand it. Can anyone help me out?
20200310_203752.jpg

I'm told this curly is female. Im having a hard time understanding ventral sexing. Can anyone help me out? What am I looking for here
 

Jess S

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Certainly looks 100% female to me! :)

Although males do have a thin white line above the furrow (the area you have circled), females have a much larger one, just like in your pictures.
 

Aracnoenthusiast

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Certainly looks 100% female to me! :)

Although males do have a thin white line above the furrow (the area you have circled), females have a much larger one, just like in your pictures.
Thank you, I've been researching how to sec them. Just hard with no practical experience haha. Appreciate your response
 

T-Baby

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Looks very female to me.
comparing the difference beatween male and female when already confirmed helps a load but remember all species are different.
Avics are notoriously difficult but Brachypelma’s are relatively easy.

If you need any pictures please don’t hesitate to ask and I’ll cup a few of my confirmed sexes for you.
 

Aracnoenthusiast

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Looks very female to me.
comparing the difference beatween male and female when already confirmed helps a load but remember all species are different.
Avics are notoriously difficult but Brachypelma’s are relatively easy.

If you need any pictures please don’t hesitate to ask and I’ll cup a few of my confirmed sexes for you.
Thank you, will do
 

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