Eupalaestrus campestratus?
Is this what I think it is: an Eupalaestrus campestratus?
Grammostola pulchripes and definitely not a E. campestratus. E. campestratus do not have mirror patches on their abdomen which is a dead giveaway.
 
1000% certain I know what it is. Eupalaestrus campestratus does not have any mirror patches, which is distinct only to the Grammostola genus aka the G. pulchripes (looking at yours) and some specimens of G. pulchripes tend to have a pinkish hue on setae.

Notice my G. puulchripes distinct mirror patch, which yours have.
 

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