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Walker253

Aphonopelma sp.

I picked this one up today. It was sold to a guy over a year ago as a chalcodes. He thought maybe payson. I'm not sure. It doesn't look like my chalcodes. Before you start, this wasn't an intentional hold. But it did just sit there when it was on my hand. I'll post a couple more

Aphonopelma sp.
Walker253, Jan 2, 2017
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    • Walker253
    • Sleek
      Im gonna lean on Aphonopelma Iodius The real Desert blonde.
    • Triprion
      No way to know. chalcodes and iodius are both incredibly variable throughout their respective ranges. Without locale data you'll just have to guess.
    • Sleek
      Its a gamble, with no risks.
    • Walker253
      I sold her last week to a new hobbyist. Part of me wished I hadn't, but I had no plans for her and she's a good tarantula to start a collection with that will cause her new owner to want more. She was literally one of the most mellow tarantulas I owned. It didn't really matter the species, I was just curious.
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