Sold as T. lagunas
mosesobe

Sold as T. lagunas

Could anyone confirm if these spermatheca look like lagunas or H. sp blue? I’ll add a picture of the spider in the comments
funny idea.
but please pay attention, that the shape of spermathecae in younger specimens looks similar to that of T. lagunas.

maybe some people are confused by that.
 
@c.h.esteban because I got 2 lagunas and one sp blue from him, the first lagunas was a pruriens second one is this sp blue now I’m wondering what the 3rd one is lol
 
@AphonopelmaTX they’re definitely in the Thrixopelma Genus but they’re called Hommeoma sp blue in the hobby because they were never described that’s what I understood, I’ve seen people calling them Thrixopelma sp “Hommeoma sp blue” lol
 
@ApohnopelmaTX

yes and yes.
if you search in some older posts to this topic, i guess you will see that i say some years ago, that these "Homoeomma" better fits into Thrixopelma. But i still use these name because i want not increase these mess.

in the pet trade i found these species under several names like Lasiodorides..., E. pulcherrimaklassi, T. lagunas, T. cyaneolum...
it´s a real mess.
 

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