Pamphobeteus
Darktiger432

Pamphobeteus

I know shes a pamphobeteus. It was sold to me as sp.mascara. she seems to dark ro ne so unless this a species that will lighten up before there next milt? She just molted yesterday.
You wont be able to pin ID from photo. This is an Ecuadorian Pamphobeteus, probably sp. machala which has been mislabelled. But to be safe for now just label it as Pamphobeteus sp.
 
I wanted to I'd her because there's a denver reptile expo this weekend. I was hoping to find a mate when she and he matures. I guess I'll have to wait see now. But can't wait to see what T's they have there.
 
Too dark without the chestnut brown overall look with dark femurs of a "mascara", but maybe your seller misspelled it and it's "Machala" instead.
 
Please do not breed this until you are 100% sure of species.

I believe it is one of the following-

Pamphobeteus sp. machala
Pamphobeteus sp. costa
Pamphobeteus sp. south ecuador 2
 

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