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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by dragonfire1577, Apr 3, 2016.
nope nope nope and nope
Nope. You're within 2000 miles from it though.
I feel like another pic or a hint might be in order.
the largest adults reach about 6.5ish inches dls, 16.5cm dls
So, this is a species from Central or northern South America that is brown/tan as a sling and not a dwarf. Great, that leaves not much more than about 100 species.
It's commonly found only in the tropics
Phormictopus sp., maybe auratus.
I dont think its blue enough to be young phormic