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Question about a LPS name for a T

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by NGLepine, Aug 15, 2013.

  1. NGLepine

    NGLepine Arachnosquire

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    Vietnamese Blue Tarantula?

    He/she is 3/4" and a pet hole.... Pic is not possible... It's a house hermit!!


    Any guesses?
     
  2. Poec54

    Poec54 Arachnoemperor Active Member

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    Chilobrachys, unnamed species.
     
  3. NGLepine

    NGLepine Arachnosquire

    So far I've found chilobrachys dyscolus and Hapalopelma Lividum
     
  4. DannyH

    DannyH Arachnobaron

    My guess would be Haplopelma lividum. Its blue and found in southeast asia. They are also pet holes.

    But if the LPS doesn't care for its tarantulas properly, I wouldn't advise buying it. All that would do is encourage the LPS to buy more tarantulas and care for them poorly.
     
  5. NGLepine

    NGLepine Arachnosquire

    It's a actually 1 of 2 stores in Edmonton that that I am willing to shop at. The breeders never give taxonomical names because every day Joe doesn't use them. However, it is the cleanest, and most well kept shop I've ever seen! I've shopped there for years!!!

    The owner and I have sibling LP/LD hybrid slings!!

    ---------- Post added 08-15-2013 at 09:23 PM ----------

    I'm hoping for H.lividium, but I'm happy either way!!! Another T is a welcome addition to the family!
     
  6. spiderengineer

    spiderengineer Arachnoprince

    with out a pic it will not even be remotely possible to ID a common name and the bit of information you gave us. their are a few blue T that are from south east Asia and can be consider pet hole. so you should really try and find a way to post a pic.
     
  7. NGLepine

    NGLepine Arachnosquire

    I know, I know. It was hiding. It was out last night, ill try for a pic later. Tho it's appearance is very similar to my chilobrachys