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Hi, is it anybody who knows and can help me classify this species. please :-D

a9ta, May 4, 2019
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    • Vanessa
      A Grammostola sp. is my guess.
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    • a9ta
      :) Yes I think so too. I'v got a Grammostola Rosea, an I have looked on loooots of pictures but everytime I find one that looks like him/her(Eddie ) ...It's a "Curly hair"... Then don't think it is.. o_O
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    • Vanessa
      @a9ta No, it is not a Brachypelma. The thing is that there are so many of the Grammostola that have that same look and it is difficult to narrow down the exact species. Maybe someone else can, but I can't. Getting them in really good lighting shortly after they have moulted helps. I have heard of one called Grammostola Northern Gold/sp. North... maybe that is the species you have?
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    • a9ta
      Thank u very much for your help.. have a beautiful day :)
    • macaridonte
      G porteri most likely
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