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?
no really :p i noticed that. i zoomed to get a better look and i saw the profile better. T's are easier to identify in real life than on picture ;)
 
Hi, not chalcothrix, not ''formosa''

It's in the G. iheringi, actaeon, grossa ''group'' that's for sure. To see what sp. in particular it's hard from a pic only (specilally of a juvenile). But with further molts and examination it should became more clear which sp. could be.

Best regards,
Pato
 
michaelcb said:
i was aware of that austin. that patch is there because of hair flicking.
No, your missing the point. This T has a mirror patch. If a B.albopilosum kicked it's hair, it would be bald. The mirror patch would indicate this to be a Grammostola sp. as previously stated.
 
michaelcb said:
no really :p i noticed that. i zoomed to get a better look and i saw the profile better. T's are easier to identify in real life than on picture ;)
Alright calm down, no need to get defensive. People make mistakes sometimes, its cool man.

I know this thread is really old, but I had to add my input (as if it matters).
 

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