I had one but It was so defensive, there was no way for me to get a good pic. Besides, at that time, I did not have a good camera to take it with. How ever, I now have two sub adults and one sling and I can handle all three of them without issues. I think the reason they are not discussed much is because the most common and readily availible is the G. rosea so obviously that one will get a lot of attention. After the rosie, the need for info jumps to the ones that aren't as readily availible in the nation wide pet stores. My personal observations say the A. seemannii is the second most common T availible for sale in pet stores. My point is that there is not a huge need to discuss the Second most common T since the rose covers all the basics for the starter and after that the need jumps to a whole new level. I just seems to be a very popular but ingnored and very under rated T.Does anybody have a picture of a male that is fully mature with palpal bulbs and tibial hooks in view?