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Hoxter

A. bicoloratum? [1/2]

I'm trying to make sure seller wasn't wrong and it actually is an Aphonopelma bicoloratum and not B. boehmei. It's still pretty small, about 5cm long, molted about week ago. Phone camera zoom allowed me to suspect it's also a female.

A. bicoloratum? [1/2]
Hoxter, Jul 6, 2019
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    • Hoxter
      Second picture of same tarantula.
    • Killertut
      not 100% sure, but it looks like my B. boehmei tarantulas (although as far as i saw on google A. bicoloratum and B. boehmei look fairly similar.
      for comparison:

      B. boehmei sling after gaining its adult coloration (1st pic a day after molt and 2nd pic once hardened)

      B. boehmei female juvenile
    • Hoxter
      @Killertut I'm not sure if coloration is comething we can really take into account as to making sure. Carapace of your B. boehmei seems much flatter compared to mine's.
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