Damen medius
Yeah looks more like probable medius in picture by the pattern. Show the whole body including all of the legs if you want to be sure. Also it's pretty much impossible to get juvenile or adult diadema in the U.S. Nearly all large sized amblypygi on the market have been WC medius imports. It's a huge problem with the sellers labeling them as 'diadema' or 'Tanzanian whip spider'- medius are an eastern African species.
 
The last of the 3 bands of white on the legs will be darker and more reddish-brown. It will be less prominent and seem to blend in compared to the 3 prominent white/cream bands on that of a diadema.
 

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