Avic Versicolor?

Venom0296

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Hey Guys!:stop: I believe it's an "Avicularia Versicolor" but still, Can someone kindly give me more light in this specie? It is already 40 days after it molted when I took this pic.
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Vanessa

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It doesn't look like an A. versicolor, or even an arboreal, to me. Maybe someone else can shed some light on this.
 

Trenor

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I agree it doesn't look like a A.versicolor to me either. Here is what my versi sling looks like.
 

Sana

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What's the DLS on that little one? It's always hard to determine species definitively on slings because they go through a number of changes before they start to show the adult coloring that make them obviously one species or another. It could be a lot of thing honestly. Was it bought as A. versi? Or are we dealing with a complete unknown here?
 

viper69

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Some of us think it's not a versi, 1 person thinks it might be, based on your previous post here http://arachnoboards.com/threads/versicolor-not-webbing.285022/

All things being equal (and that's a lot of assumptions) I've never seen a versi look that color before. Wait till it molts, nothing has changed since your last pic based on the data you have provided.
 
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magicmed

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I'm going to agree that it is not a versicolor. Every versi I've seen so far has much more blue to it than the grey coloring in yours.

His legs look off too, like they are too fat and missing the cute little plump ends
 

viper69

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I'm going to agree that it is not a versicolor. Every versi I've seen so far has much more blue to it than the grey coloring in yours.

His legs look off too, like they are too fat and missing the cute little plump ends
In his other pic that is not the case for at least one leg hah. The pictures he provided aren't that good, nor do they provide a good view of the animal. It' hard to get pics of a T at times. Too many people just shoot a pic and expect an ID, which for Ts is ridiculous for many species.
 

Venom0296

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I got here its 2 previous molt skins. In this times my "Unknown Avic sp." is still a bit hairy and I have already seen it web very heavily.
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I just wanna know here what happened on it. It never webbed the whole time and It looks very strange.
 

viper69

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I got here its 2 previous molt skins. In this times my "Unknown Avic sp." is still a bit hairy and I have already seen it web very heavily.
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I just wanna know here what happened on it. It never webbed the whole time and It looks very strange.
I see nothing abnormal in those 2 pics. Is there something in particular you want us to see?
 

Venom0296

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Update for my pretty "Unknown T sp." just molted and got a little more hairy legs.:)
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Sorry for blurry pic. I'll update you guys after a week. Thanks
 
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