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I am still nooby what T would this be? I've heard it could be avicularia jeruensis. But they aren't sure what morph. And can someone maybe explain morphs?
Basically they are variants of the same species for now and they are all separated by the barb structure on the urticating setae. It has nothing to do with coloration although many morphotypes have some deciphering characteristics with adult coloration. This is either Avicularia avicularia M#1-#6 or juruensis M#1 or M#2 or variegata M#1. There are more morphotypes but they TMK are still not in hobby. So I think we can eliminate those. So that puts us down to 3 species and a dozen different variants which is still possible being a large sling/ small juvenile. Come back when it has Adult coloration and we can narrow it down significantly.
 

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