Caught in Singapore
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Caught in Singapore

Anyone can HELP me ID this Female tarantula? She was a wild caught and found out that she is holding her Sac
It's lacking the tiger stripes of most Lampropelma or other Asian earth tigers. Possible Phlogiellus inermis?
 
It's lacking the tiger stripes of most Lampropelma or other Asian earth tigers. Possible Phlogiellus inermis?
Was Google those name u given can't get the species.. And he so small how come will breeding and hav sac???
 
Was Google those name u given can't get the species.. And he so small how come will breeding and hav sac???
Not sure what your question is? Genus Phlogiellus, species inermis. I have never seen them for sale in the U.S. market. They are a dwarf species. I have read that they are semi arboreal.
 
Not sure what your question is? Genus Phlogiellus, species inermis. I have never seen them for sale in the U.S. market. They are a dwarf species. I have read that they are semi arboreal.

What I mean the tarantula moprh.. And a friend of mine mentioned singapore brown tarantula
 
If this is from Singapore then it should be a Phlogiellus inermis. The lack of markings and the fact it is an adult at that size would indicate so as to my knowledge the other tarantula species we have in Singapore are bigger than this as adults and are not a uniform brown in coloration.
 

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