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Garedog1

Please help me identify !

This tarantula was surrendered to me, however I do not know what species it is. Need to know what species it is to ensure proper care

Please help me identify !
Garedog1, Oct 17, 2019
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    • cold blood
      Looks like Aphonopelma chalcodes
    • AZ Tom
      I thought that too, but doesn't look like ones I find near Phoenix and up towards Flagstaff (coloration). Might be originally from Tucson area. Definitely aphonopelma though. They are obligate burrowers, 5-6" substrate, water dish, mist enclosure weekly (not too heavy), standard T diet.
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    • Garedog1
      Thank you guys so much! I really appreciate it
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    • Androxian
      @Garedog1 A. chalcodes are one of the best beginner T's out there. If you're just beginning, @AZ Tom is correct, so echoing what he said for enclosure set up. It's a terrestrial so make sure its got some floor space to move about. If it's another to add to the collection, then congratulations, you've missed the most painful part of raising one, the slow growth into a specimen of that size.
    • Glorious Baboon
      Was it wild caught from Arizona or do you have no idea. As a.iodius and a.chalcodes look similar
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