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What Kind Of T Is This?

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by GootySapphire, Nov 10, 2005.

  1. GootySapphire

    GootySapphire Arachnolord Old Timer

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    Is it an Whitetoe?
     
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  2. becca81

    becca81 Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    My very first thought was P. cambridgei, but I'm really not sure. Something doesn't quite match up to P. cambridgei...

    You probably want to link to the picture instead of trying to post the image (I'm assuming that it isn't your picture).
     
  3. GootySapphire

    GootySapphire Arachnolord Old Timer


    Well I got it from some website that was in some foriegn language so I couldnt decipher what it was I googled it under A. Urticans and that image came up as one of the photos on the image search.
     
  4. Denisthemenace

    Denisthemenace Arachnosquire Old Timer

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    i say its a Q. Extrahairy
     
  5. GootySapphire

    GootySapphire Arachnolord Old Timer

    It looks to much of a blueish tint to be a Trinidad Chevie dont you think?
     
  6. Denisthemenace

    Denisthemenace Arachnosquire Old Timer

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  7. becca81

    becca81 Arachnoemperor Old Timer

  8. GootySapphire

    GootySapphire Arachnolord Old Timer


    Well if thats what the Urticans looks like I want one of those {D :drool:
     
  9. Pennywise

    Pennywise Arachnolord Old Timer

    with all those silvery

    white hairs you could call it an "Ice T" :D
     
  10. KingJames

    KingJames Arachnopeon

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    Whatever it is, it just got out of the shower.
     
  11. slingshot71

    slingshot71 Arachnosquire Old Timer

  12. I believe it's an Avic of some sort, but as I'm sure you know, those are so tough to ID by photo, especially because color can fade and most of the good comparison pics on the web are all taken shortly after a molt when the spider looks all bright and sparkly. Do you have a link you can post to the original website where you found it? Perhaps one of us can read whatever language it was in and tell you what it says.

    Good luck!
    Karen
     
  13. GootySapphire

    GootySapphire Arachnolord Old Timer


    Heres the website
     
  14. GootySapphire

    GootySapphire Arachnolord Old Timer

    vanilla ice t
     
  15. GootySapphire

    GootySapphire Arachnolord Old Timer

    yeah looks like somebody blasted it with a mister all over it.
     
  16. GootySapphire

    GootySapphire Arachnolord Old Timer

  17. Sobrino

    Sobrino Arachnoknight

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    Doesn't look like a white toe to me, looks kinda green looking.
     
  18. Gesticulator

    Gesticulator Arachnoangel Old Timer

    oh yeah, the famous greenus treeclimberus!
    Honestly, GootySapphire, I don't know what that is. It doesn't look like a Ps cambridgei, as Becca suggested because the color...oooh that color!...isn't right. It's too "teal". Not an avicularia juruensis, as they are more brownish. This is really a guess, hope I'm not adding to a "popcorn" species...perhaps its an Old World arboreal?
     
  19. RVS

    RVS Arachnobaron Old Timer

    I believe this is Psalmopoeus reduncus.
     
  20. RVS

    RVS Arachnobaron Old Timer

    "Costa Rican Orange Mouth"