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      If the body length is in fact 2.5", I really doubt that is a male. Males don't get very big in body.

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      Toss the male in, take him out of the water dish in bolus form the next day.

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      Ok, I got a better measurement. It's 2" from the back of the abdomen to the front of the carapace. I might have logged the date wrong it's either 2015 or 16. I don't know if it matters they may have gotten the date wrong as well but I'm fairly certain It's 3+ years old.

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      My Chilean Rose Hair molted again and I got a better picture of the molt Click image for larger version. 

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      Quote Originally Posted by xSicSolx View Post
      My Chilean Rose Hair molted again and I got a better picture of the molt Click image for larger version. 

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      It still don't see anything clear here, but that might still be a matter of the quality of the pic.

      Looking back over this thread, I again still maintain that if this T is big enough, you can likely rule out male. Mature male G. roseas are much smaller in body that females.

      How big is this one now? Can you give us a few pics of the T itself after this molt?

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      Got some pics. Sorry I didn't realize what I was looking for on the molt and how hard it is to sex from a picture. It's still rather small and s/he will be 5 in February. I'd say it's about 2" still.

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