It’s size would be massive for A. Avicularia. It’s missing some distinct features for an A. Braunshauseni. It would show more burgundy in the hairs if it was. I not am sure what it is but it’s gorgeous for sure.
@Drea Yea I thought the same but it was priced at an unsexed avic avic and too good to pass up. I do feel like the long hair on leg is not quite red enough for a Goliath, but unless a regular avic female can grow past 5 inches, I definitely don’t think it’s just a avic avic.
IMO Avicularia avicularia m#6. They do get 6-7"... unlike the smaller 4-5" max of m#1. These two morphotypes are by far the most common in the US because reptile suppliers are still filling shelves of pet shops across the country with wild caught specimens from Guyana where they share habitats.
You can always check the leg lengths to eliminate species although I'd be surprised if this wasn't a variant of Avicularia avicularia. Avicularia avicularia, rufa, and hirschii hind set of legs (leg IV) are 10% longer than the front set of legs (Leg I). We can eliminate the latter two species based on other characteristics. The rest of the genus have hind and front legs roughly the same length.