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Vanessa

Homoeomma sp. Blue/Thrixopelma lagunas

Whichever species she ends up being, she sure is gorgeous. I'm not big on blue tarantulas, but I have really fallen in love with my girls since they have developed their adult markings. I can't wait to see them full grown.

Homoeomma sp. Blue/Thrixopelma lagunas
Vanessa, Feb 12, 2019
Hoxter, LailaQ, SAPHIE and 9 others like this.
    • Astroman6400
      I looked into this too and did a lot of research on the too, I think we have improperly classified this species, I think it should fall under the Thrixopelma family and not the Homoeomma. I looked at multiple tarantulas in each family(not that their is a lot in each family) and honestly it shares more common features with the Thrixopelma then the Homoeomma, someone take a look maybe I am insane or maybe on to something!
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