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A. brocklehursti 2”
mosesobe, Jul 3, 2019
    • Liquifin
      A. brocklehursti is actually just an A. geniculata but a different locality. So it should be called A. geniculata (thin stripe) as the real A. brocklehursti is not really in the hobby.
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    • mosesobe
      @Liquifin thanks, what’s the difference between a real brocklehursti and a thin stripe geniculata? And how about the sex?
    • Liquifin
      @mosesobe Honestly, not much is known about the true A. brocklehursti. So no one or barely anyone knows what the real A. brocklehursti looks like. Which the internet only has pictures of the A. geniculata "thin stripe". The supposed "A. brocklehursti" that was brought to the hobby was actually just another locality of the A. geniculata which had thinner leg stripes. So there is no real A. brocklehursti is in the hobby that I know of. As of sex, I can't say for sure but I'd say suspect male for now.
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    • mosesobe
      @Liquifin okay, thanks a lot for your help!
    • mosesobe
      @Liquifin interesting note, I have the regular Geniculata and they are like 2 different spiders this one is like a monster compared to my genic although my genic is very feisty but can’t compare to him he attacks anything he sees no fear at all, doesn’t even kick hairs just attacks... my genic tries to hide and kicks a lot of hair also I got it from a very reputable guy who’s in the hobby for 30 years..
    • Liquifin
      The A. geniculata and the A. geniculata "thin stripe" are still treated as two distinct species (just like the B. albopilosum). The discovery of the hobby A. brocklehursti being just another A. geniculata locality is still kinda recent (5-7 years back estimate) and some people are not up-to-date on the change.
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