@Nightstalker47 I'm actually not entirely certain, since I received this one as a freebie and when looking for more info on them I couldn't find much of anything about them. However, I do know this species gets larger than C. dyscolus and C. sp. Vietnam blue - Males mature at nearly twice the size, it looks like.
I love the Chilobrachys genus... they have such explosive eating habits
I have a couple Chilobrachys species; specifically, the dyscolus "Cambodian blue" and "Vietnam blue".
When the male of the Cambodian blue matures it transforms into an entirely new tarantula... from dark brown to a light tan color with clear blue marking on the legs (and the typically 'leggy' feature of a MM). Sadly I did not take a photo of my MM, which died about a month ago
I have a picture of a mature female C dyscolus "Cambodian blue":
My Chilobrachys dyscolus "Vietnam blue" is a lot more shy and usually stays in their burrows, but I will try get a picture and upload it.