Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaraguan and Honduran Article

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Arachnoprince
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For those who are not aware I'm posting a link to this article, the subject is about the Nicaraguan and Honduran albopilosum. Interesting now that the possibility of the Honduran may actually be a different species than what everyone has thought that it was an albopilosum, however it doesn't change the fact that the Honduran albopilosum has been hybridized. http://www.theraphosidae.be/en/brachypelma-albopilosum/
 

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That's one of my favorite sites, Thanks Jose!
 

nicodimus22

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For those who are not aware I'm posting a link to this article, the subject is about the Nicaraguan and Honduran albopilosum. Interesting now that the possibility of the Honduran may actually be a different species than what everyone has thought that it was an albopilosum, however it doesn't change the fact that the Honduran albopilosum has been hybridized. http://www.theraphosidae.be/en/brachypelma-albopilosum/
I recently got a 1/4" sling, and now I'm dying to see what it will look like as an adult.
 

Andrea82

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Thanks Jose!
(Isn't it weird how i get linked to a Belgium page via an US-forum, instead of a Dutch forum/group? :D)
 

Tanner Dzula

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Thank you for posting this. its definitely a good read. part of the reason i still have not bred my B. Albo at the moment is because I'm pretty sure she's either a Hybrid/ "honduran". still beautiful, but pure gold ;)
 
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