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Not sure exact was labeled T. Blondi But I believe its L. parahybana. Anyone know?
No, no, and no.

This is not a Haplopelma - notice the slightly thickened rear legs - body shape and front leg shape are also very dissimilar to Haplopelma. It is also not a new world species at all - that rules out L. parahybana AND T. blondi.

I don't know what it is exactly - but it looks to me like an African species, and I am not sure which. It makes me think of H. gigas, but maybe not.
 

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