Identify please... Don't have the nearest idea...
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Identify please... Don't have the nearest idea...

Found it bleeding in a wood pile. Its healed now, i'm just waiting for it to molt to release it. Can anyone identify please?
Scourge said:
Grammostola sp. maybe?
For the place i live, i thinked its a G. Iheringi in desperate need of a molt, but the body form is a little different from the other iheringi i have...
 
i was thinking of a female Brachypelma albopiosum. the Carapace, opisthosoma and setae coloration fit the profile
 
michaelcb said:
i was thinking of a female Brachypelma albopiosum. the Carapace, opisthosoma and setae coloration fit the profile
Haha, I dont want to sound blunt, but Brachypelma DO NOT have the patch of urticating hairs on the opisthosoma which is clearly seen here.

You have a Grammostola ssp. But not sure on the species. Beautiful specimen however.
 
i was aware of that austin. that patch is there because of hair flicking. it's a juvenile but i think that the coloration (not that frikkin patch :p) and build fit and also the way the black fades from the patella onwards. maybe grammostola is possible but i think for grammostola, it would be G formosa
 

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