Aphonopelma identifications are just no end of fun, aren't they?
Don't even get me going again on chalcodes vs New River Rust Rumps (pretty variety of same). There are, to this day, people who will argue against hard scientific evidence that this is not the case. Aphonopelma species are all just so variable!
Are you going to keep it, or was this a catch-and-release situation? Always tricky when we trip over them during their winter rest. My wild caught female was accidentally dug out by a plumber digging up a septic tank, and it was in the middle of a really wet winter! Her first habitat was a great big orange sherbet container he found in a trash bin when he scooped her up.