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Is this a MM P. Irminia ? Shop labeled it as an Iridopelma Hirsutum MF.

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torioxford, Sep 1, 2019
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    • T Lurksalot
      Going from your other pic definitely a mature male, and yes very likely Psalmopoeus, though I’d guess Pulcher.
    • Arachnophoric
      I'm definitely banking on a Psalmo of some flavor. MM Psalmos can look incredibly similar. Due to the fact that you're not going to be 100% sure on the ID of your little guy, I'd warn away from trying to send him off for any breeding and just enjoy him in the time he has left. Very fluffy fellow. :)
    • Androxian
      @torioxford I cannot tell from the picture if this is a screen topped enclosure or not, however, if it is indeed a mesh top, I would consider taping off the top of the enclosure. You don't want your spider to get curious one day, climb up the tank, and end up on the top of the tank, stuck hanging there, helpless, unless you come in at a timely manner. Otherwise, your tarantula could lose a leg or worse off its life.
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