Birdeater try to ID

rosehaired1979

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Here is the birdeater . I am thinking Chilobrachy sp.

 
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Mojo Jojo

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Going to need a better picture. Can you try taking it from the top? Also, if you could make the picture larger, it might be easier.
 

Mojo Jojo

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Much better picture, but the only think I can tell right now is that it needs a molt. =)
 

Scourge

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Could be a Chilobrachys, but the colouring would indicate that it is a mature male.
 

Zoltan

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I talked to the reptile shop owner he said its a Chilobracys burmensis
There is no such species in the Chilobrachys genus. In fact, I can't find a described theraphosid species with the specific name "burmensis" at all.
 
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