Sold to me as "Striped-knee"
Flapjack527

Sold to me as "Striped-knee"

Aphonopelma Seemani?
Does not look like my A. Seemanni. What color is the best underside of the abdomen? If it is a pinkish orange it is likely A.seemanni.
 
The window was marked gold knee but it was listed as a stripe knee on the receipt. It's still pretty small (BL roughly 2").
 
It doesnt look as gold as my adults but my guess is still G. pulchripes.

@cold blood Any thoughts? you've raised a couple million pulchripes right? :p
 
not a G. pulchripes.

It looks like seemani....there are a few geographical color varients with seemani....although it certainly could be something else as well....like an Acanthoscurria species even.
 
What are you guys seeing here???

That's an A. sp. Guatemala, closely related to A. seemanni. A. sp. Guatemala has less obvious striping on the legs. It's not too dark for a seemanni at all, as Cold blood already said they come in various color variants.

@Goopyguy56 - have you ever seen an E. camp?? This looks nothing like it at all!! And it most certainly doesn't look like G. pulchripes @Theneil . Where do you see gold stripes??
 

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