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During the long, hot summer of 1995, I was fortunate enough to attend the Conference of the Sonoran Arthropod Studies Institute, held annually in Tucson, Arizona.The Director of SASI, Steve Prchal, had assembled what was to be a tarantula lover's Dream Event.Also, in home collections, even for those who keep meticulous records, it is possible to get skins confused when taking dozens of molts from dozens of cages over dozens of days.Thus the quest remained for a reliable method based on scientific evidence that allows one (sending out DNA samples was not reasonable) to immediately determine the gender of a live tarantula.Fortunately, for those of us who breed tarantulas regularly, the technique of sexing theraphosid spiders from the microscopic examination of the exuviae (shed skins), is a True science.Our colleagues in the British Tarantula Society, especially John and Kathleen Hancock, brought this valuable technique for accurately sexing tarantulas to light in their book entitled, by R & A Publishing Ltd., Somerset, England.Where was Science then, to help prove the dealer to be honest or expose the truth?But this endeavor was not to go unrequited forever.

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Certainly, if one has 200 tarantulas of the same species, of nearly the same age & size, it is possible to select males from females with a better than 50/50 chance.Well, if those techniques were indeed "foolproof", then I must be nobody's fool, since they have proven to be about as (but no more) accurate as flipping a coin. The author has heard everything (including a few you may have missed!) about how you can accurately determine the sex of a living tarantula.This includes being told, "the bigger one is the female" or male, as the case may be, until my face is bluer than a Haplopelma lividum' s legs!Invariably, the "female" will molt out with tibial hooks and palpal emboli and the much needed "male" that you raised from a spiderling will continue to molt out every year with nary a sign of maleness.

Certainly, if one has 200 tarantulas of the same species, of nearly the same age & size, it is possible to select males from females with a better than 50/50 chance.Well, if those techniques were indeed "foolproof", then I must be nobody's fool, since they have proven to be about as (but no more) accurate as flipping a coin. The author has heard everything (including a few you may have missed!) about how you can accurately determine the sex of a living tarantula.This includes being told, "the bigger one is the female" or male, as the case may be, until my face is bluer than a Haplopelma lividum' s legs!Invariably, the "female" will molt out with tibial hooks and palpal emboli and the much needed "male" that you raised from a spiderling will continue to molt out every year with nary a sign of maleness.In addition to this paper was a page of illustrations presented and reproduced, in part, by Mr. - [PDF 506KB] They occur in between 2 and 4 rows and form a semi-circular or sometimes triangular shape that suggests an "arch" of more dense, shorter, darkened hairs or setae.