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Ungoliant

Which Avicularia avicularia Morph Is She?

I'm not planning to breed her; I'm just curious. She was sold as a "pinktoe tarantula, Avicularia sp." (There are additional photos linked below.)

Which Avicularia avicularia Morph Is She?
Ungoliant, Apr 26, 2019
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    • Ungoliant
      Click here for additional photos of this tarantula.
    • CEC
      Common M#1, I bet. Also likely wild caught from Guyana if it came from a pet store or reptile dealer.
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    • AphonopelmaTX
      @CEC On that note, it seems there has been a big import of Avicularia from somewhere recently. There are a ton of Avic ID threads as of late and they all look pretty much the same.
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    • CEC
      Yup, there has been yet another big import from Guyana recently. Lots of people messaging me.
    • RezonantVoid
      My limited Australian expertise tells me AA M1
    • Ungoliant
      @CEC Thanks.

      I bought her as a juvenile from PetSmart in 2014, so I can't rule out the possibility that she is WC.
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    • CEC
      @Ungoliant
      Yes, Petsmart & Petco are known to carry WC from Guyana. In which case, she would be m#1.
      You will also find m#6 at those places, as they share habitats in Guyana and are often mixed together in imports.
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