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P. subfusca or P. bara?

She was sold to me as a P. subfusca months ago and after really taking the time to look at her she looks more like a P. bara. See also-> [url]http://www.arachnoboards.com/ab/gallery/showimage.php?i=23715&c=11[/url]

P. subfusca or P. bara?
InvertFix, Dec 1, 2011
    • LucasNorth
      subfusca, bara is being combined with subfusca unless I am mistake. (at least some Germans are trying to do it)
    • Jon3800
      P.bara 100% based on the linked pic. although this pic doesn't do a good job in differentiating them as both are ventrally similar
    • Jon3800
      Off topic to this pic...

      You want to make a note on your Penny, sadly she's not T.blondi..she's actually T.stirmi, the burgundy variety. Pet stores very commonly import them making it hard to find the true one. A true T.blondi would have a lot of hair on the patella. Penny doesn't I'm afraid, but she's still beautiful. I have a mature pair of stirmi named Hans and Gretel. Finding it difficult to breed the two
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