Also just want to ay thank you for people who have replied on the other picks
I thought their bands were alot thicker than hers. Just flicked through some of the acantho sp's and she doesnt look it maybe an A.suina but her abdomen is alot more coloured and their heads look bigger. Still thats IMO.Scourge said:I think it's neither. Perhaps it's an Acanthoscurria species?
Checked out the chacoana and apparently there defensive somewhat. My 1 has never once flicked hairs or reared up - She is in pre-moult and i could be wrong as T's have their own personallity. as for physical appearance - chacoana's abdomens IMO look alot brighter than hers - even dug through some post moult pics. As i said in one of the earlier pics ill repost POST-moult and that then should be more definate.Scourge said:It doesn't look that dissimilar to my chacoana intermoult. AFAIK there are a few spiders that look like this that have been sold as various Acanthoscurria species.
But IMO not Grammostola or Eupalaestrus.