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Sold As OW Fossorial/Asian [1/2]

Going to post here.Was labeled as OW fossorial/Asian.Rehoused twice now.I know its a long shot, but,anyone with a guess?

Sold As OW Fossorial/Asian [1/2]
mack1855, Aug 25, 2019
    • Asgiliath
      Lmao that’s an avic
    • mack1855
      @Asgiliath.your sure of that,huh?.
    • Asgiliath
      @mack1855 is there an OW fossorial with little toesies like that? Lol
    • MikeC
      Looks like it could a Cyriopagopus schioedtei, or hati hati.
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    • Asgiliath
      @MikeC seems I’m a fool masquerading as a woman. I looked up the species and yes, it has avic-like feet. Excuse my ignorance. (Mad props on your avatar though. Looks delicious)
    • mack1855
      @Asgiliath I don't know.Are you well versed/educated on the slings from SE Asia?
      You tell me?Have you kept many Cyriopagopus?Phormingochilus?.LOL.
    • mack1855
      @Asgiliath ,and since you assured me its an Avic,of some species,
      ill not worry about transferring it.LOL.
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    • MikeC
      @Asgiliath Just throwing my guesses into the ring. I’m convinced there’s someone local to me that’s bred/or is breeding those, I see them at my LPS pretty often.
      My rufus isn’t big enough for me to compare and I haven’t raised any of the others I mentioned from slings, just a few violaceopes when they were Lampropelma.
    • Asgiliath
      @mack1855 no and no! My whole collection is NW’s and I’ve only been in the hobby for under a year. When I clicked on OP’s profile, I got a clue to their experience level and thought twice. I’m completely ignorant but the toes threw me off. Lol my only excuse tbh
    • Liquifin
      Legs alone is not anywhere near good enough to make a guess. A picture of the T.'s abdomen and carapace will help ID this T. very easily. I've own Cyriopagopus species before, but I won't make guesses until I see the carapace and abdomen. Because if I was to judge only by front legs, it would only break down the list but not enough to give a proper ID.
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