Was the carapace always dark or is that something that just happened after the last molt? Mature male N. chromatus have a dark carapace similar to A. genics. Although that doesn't really look like a MM. I thought there was also a difference between the leg striping or white markings on the two species, but I don't have both species to compare them
@PidderPeets The carapace has always been dark. I bought two at the same time and the one appears to have a lighter carapace than the one pictured. It's not an adult, not even close. It has about a 2 inch leg span at the moment, possibly 2.5 inch. It eats like a machine though and that got me thinking it may not be a Chromatus lol.
@Alex Bezzina Then my vote is also on A. genic. All of my N. chromatus have had the white carapace by at least 2 inches, if not a little smaller. It may suck not getting what you expected, but I personally think you lucked out by getting one of each
@PidderPeets Yeah I was looking to get an A. Genic as well but noticed that the one pictured doesn't really look like a Chromatus so I figured I'd ask lol. Definitely lucked out. A. Genics are fantastic.