Discussion in 'What sex is my Tarantula?' started by Ratmosphere, Dec 30, 2016.
Could you tell if these could be sexed yet? Or are they too young?
my guess, and it may be my bad eyes and the light in the pics, #1 looks female, #2 male.
I would say the same as @kormath. no guarantee
If you use Klaas' method, you first have to find the upper book lungs.
If it is a female they are a bit further apart, there is more hair between them than with males, the room between the book lungs bulges a bit and there is no hairless point in the middle of between the upper book lungs. The epigastric furrow is also a bit massier.
If it is a male, they are closer to one another, there either is no hair or just a small hairless spot in the middle (there is an organ which we call “ventralesspinnfeld” in Germany but i have no clue how to say it in English) and the epigastric furrow is less massy it is a male.
Sorry but my english isn't the best.
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