@spodermin Why sooooo many plants?? That's not good. B. smithi is hard to come by nowadays, unless you mean B. hamorii. Yes, it's clearly N. coloratovillosus. Way to hairy to be B. hamorii or B. smithi. And those creamy leg color and patterns is without a doubt N. coloratovillosus.
@Rhino1 yeah man thank you. I'll post a pic once I finish its new proper enclosure
I'm just thankful that it's okay, and that he was at least right about it being female. I paid nothing for this spider (although I'm definitely going to have to dispose of the enclosure) i couldn't believe it, getting her out was a challenge.
@Liquifin thank you for the ID! @Noah Blades thanks bro! I've seen that video before also. I didn't think this spider was smithi or hamorii, but I didn't expect it to be a whole other genus. That's wild