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    Thread: P sazimai slings post molt pics

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      P sazimai slings post molt pics

      This first baby molted a little over a week ago and the second pic is the one who molted the other night.
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      A pic with a reference for size.

      They were teeny brownish grey things when I got them.

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      Awesome NBH! I so love these!

      Would you please tell my 4" girl that she needs to molt soon!

      Also, I would be VERY interest to know from you which ones of yours are female and which are males. I know mature, they are sexually dimorphic, but I have yet to get a straight answer from others if this dimorphism shows before the males mature. In other words, do males look just like females until they mature (that deep indigo blue), or do the males have less color? I understand mature males are brown, but have yet to see any good pics of them.

      Oh, if you try to sex their molts via a microscope, the females apparently have smaller than normal spermathecae. That threw me off when I first started sexing my girl's molts.

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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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      I sure will let you know when I know what sex they are. That would seem odd for them to go from this indigo to brown all over. Did your girl look like mine at this stage of her life? Now I will try to document these two monthly in case one ends up a male (or both).

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      Awesome NBH! I so love these!

      Would you please tell my 4" girl that she needs to molt soon!

      Also, I would be VERY interest to know from you which ones of yours are female and which are males. I know mature, they are sexually dimorphic, but I have yet to get a straight answer from others if this dimorphism shows before the males mature. In other words, do males look just like females until they mature (that deep indigo blue), or do the males have less color? I understand mature males are brown, but have yet to see any good pics of them.

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      Yes, mine got quite blue quite early. But she is still bluing up.

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