Lasiodora Parahybana
Juvenile L. parahybana, somewhere between three and four inches DSL. My guess is male since its underside is similar to my N. coloratovillosus that is a male, though not confirmed by molt. Not sure of course! :p
Okay I've been wondering the same thing for awhile. My first four tarantulas were L. parahybana, N. coloratovillosus, B. albopilosum and an N. chromatus. It's definitely possible that I got them mixed up. The striped legs definitely threw me off but I just thought it would grow put of it. My N. coloratovillosus has no striping on its legs despite its 3-4 inch size. Is my L. parahybana actually my N. coloratovillosus?
This is my N. coloratovillosus.
 

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