@Siderum I don't know what you mean by "grizzled"? @boina The seller had 3 of these sub/mature - mature "a-met's" & 3 "a-vics" all together and marked as such. They ALL looked VERY similar in appearance to this specimen.
@Ungoliant Thank you for the clarification.
I will try to determine if they're the same front/rear when I can get a good luck w/o spooking her. It's tight quarters with a vastly furnished pretzel container, each time I open it, she scoots towards the bottom under a leaf.
To add to the comments, other morphotypes also have white-tipped setae. I have "A. braunshauseni" that have white-tipped setae on the front legs but reddish setae on the back. Also, many of my young subadult "A. metallica" already lose any red on the abdomen by 2" legspan. I think we still have a lot to learn about the morphological variation in A. avicularia and whether or not there are cryptic species. Fukushima et. al (2017) was a great study. I am anxiously awaiting some molecular data to support/reject the tentative conclusions of the paper for A. avicularia.