It's a Nemesiidae not Theraphosidae. Some sort of Acanthogonatus sp. I have one, they are EXTREME webbers, known as Funnel Web Tarantulas. Look them up. I'm 100% positive and looking at it, it's probably already full grown. They are from South America.
Wow! Not even a tarantula That is kind of cool. i love extreme webbers
i have it in 4" deep substrate with a starter hole as i thought it was a young Haplo or some such. Moist substrate. Alternate plans?
Oops. It's a 3-incher. And a lovely webber already But...is the container/set-up alright? It's big for her but i read they need plenty of overhead room for webbing as well as terrestrial opportunities. She's set up camp behind the plants nearish the top in a web . i read they do burrow occasionally...sub is 3+ inches deep.