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RyTheTGuy

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Looks like a Chilean to me...but what do i know im pretty new to the hobby:D
 

Najakeeper

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I am sure she recognizes him as her owner and ocationaly does backflips as well. ;)
 

Lolita

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looks like a rosie to me or a P scrofa idk the angle is bad in the pic theres no way it's only a year old though. i certainly hope that tupperware without substrate isn't what it lives in though :(
 

Redneck

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It sure dont look like no G. rosea to me... Not sure how some of you are saying thats what it looks like.

I cant sit here and say I know what it is. Not based on those crappy pictures offered in the ad. But I can say it aint no rosea. Atleast it aint one I have ever seen.

For $30, I would pick it up. Heck, its already trained to climb and play... :rolleyes:

Seriously though, I would pick it up for $30...
 

Speedy

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Really looks like a Lasiodora to me.. for $30 I'd pick her up..
 

NikiP

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It definitely needs better pics to correctly ID :D

I just had to...

Last month I got an A. sp. Guatemala off a similar sells site. Was surprised when the guy knew there were two different kinds of "Costa Rican zebra tarantulas" & it was on a decent substrate. Sure the guy didn't know the name A. seemani & A. sp. Guatemala, but it seemed like he had done at least a little research.
 

Shrike

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Looks like Grammostola pulchripes to me. Definitely not rosea.
 

Creepy Crawler

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It looks just like my L parahybana at that age, but I'm a newb as well so (in Forrest Gump voice) that's all I have to say about that.
 

Shrike

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LOL!!! Whether or not I'm correct with the pulchripes opinion, I don't think this T is a rosea. I don't mind being wrong, but what's up with the "new" assumption?
 
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sjl197

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as everyone else is just guessing from bad pics....

to me it looks most like Acanthoscurria chacoana
yes, L.parahybana or L.klugi are not unreasonable guesses.

doesnt seem to be the mirror patch to signify Grammostola, whatever sp.

pulchripes? really? where's the yellow on the legs? cmon.

regards
s
 
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