paysoni blonde?
thumpersalley

paysoni blonde?

Would like the correct latin name, a nickname if it applies & the common name. Thanks,Kim
Goodl uck with ID'ing this. Aphonopelma is worse off than Avicularia. You will pretty much never know what you actually have. Just label it as Aphonopelma ssp. and DO NOT breed it.
 
i have the same problem, i bought a T that was labeled payson blonde and it looked exactly the same as your pic and after its molt it matured into a male and it looks completely dif. Its now all black and dark brown, im still tryna find out if its really a payson blonde.
 
but i know for a fact its not Aphonopelma Chalcodes because i have both and they look way dif, i woundlnt doubt its a payson blonde, mine looks exactly the same
 
MelGibson said:
i have the same problem, i bought a T that was labeled payson blonde and it looked exactly the same as your pic and after its molt it matured into a male and it looks completely dif. Its now all black and dark brown, im still tryna find out if its really a payson blonde.
You DO know that in nearly all North American Aphonopelma species, the mature males look drastically different from the females, right?

pitbulllady
 

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