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B. vagans
Killertut, Jan 1, 2019
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    • Nightstalker47
      I was just about to comment that this was not an albopilosum, good edit. ;)
    • Killertut
      @Nightstalker47 Well, i just uploaded a whole bunch of pics i just made while feeding my T's and i wasn't paying attention for a minute :)
    • docwade87
      Great looking T! What makes this one a Sabulosum and not a vagans? I thought the sabulosums were a little less black with white knee markings and white around carapace?
    • Killertut
      @docwade87
      young juvenile, bought like this from a respectable source. no idea if it will change in looks later in its life.
      so far all my red rump brachys look fairly similar (epicuraneum/vagans/verdezi/kahlenbergi/sp. angustum)
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    • Killertut
      turns out this is a vagans. labels were switched. title corrected.
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    Date:
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