B1b1's T identification [1/4]
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B1b1's T identification [1/4]

Please help identify the species. Thx
I think you have a brachypelma sabulosum. It looks like a mature male.
Thx for your reply. I looked up pictures, the abdomen of B. sabulosum looks way more red.

With every guess it gets more confusing. Someone guessed Lasiodora (klugi or parahybana), others guessed Phormictopus sp., another one guessed Sericopelma sp.
 
Thx for your reply. I looked up pictures, the abdomen of B. sabulosum looks way more red.

With every guess it gets more confusing. Someone guessed Lasiodora (klugi or parahybana), others guessed Phormictopus sp., another one guessed Sericopelma sp.
I think that it is a Lasiodora klugi or a brachypelma sabulosum. How big is it? Also, where did you buy it from?
 
I think that it is a Lasiodora klugi or a brachypelma sabulosum. How big is it? Also, where did you buy it from?
It's about 4,5cm bodylength.
If it was a mature male, wouldn't it refuse to eat? It's a really good eater ;)

I bought it from a guy who didn't know himself. He bought the whole collection from another guy and there where two of these. Nobody knew what's the species.
I've bought other Ts from him and he basically gave me this one for free.
 

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