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First arboreal T Psalmopoeus cambridgei

Discussion in 'Tarantula Enclosures' started by Joe williams, Jul 30, 2017.

  1. Joe williams

    Joe williams Member

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    150143342400268081261.jpg Woo finally made the jump into arboreal tarantulas with
    Psalmopoeus cambridgei

    Can anyone sex this looks leaning on male but not too sure.

    Sorry for the bad picture will upload better one when she's settled
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    Her enclosure is looking great 1501433257401640430922.jpg
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    I forget, is the Pcam one you can tell colors between male/female? is the male brown and female green? or am i backwards or thinking of a different species?

    Great looking T either way :)
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    You're right and the irminia male is grey but the female is black.

    I find this page http://tarantulacanada.ca/info_en.php?page=gallery is great for showing the difference between males and females (just click on the species name for photo)
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