Chilobrachys sp. "vietnam blue"?

Red Eunice

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I'm wondering, it is a Chilobrachys sp., but from photos I've seen as slings, mine are much more brown in color. Most show them as a dark gray to near black in color. These are 2i, maybe 3i, in age and caught this one hovering its bottle cap,. Hard to get a good pic as they are fast and skittish as slings.
Anyone have them as a juvenile and do they get darker as they grow? These, to me, look just like the female C. huahini I had when she was a sling.
Thoughts? TIA!
 

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Could be, don't rule it out...

Here's my 2" Chilobrachys dyscolus "Vietnam Blue"
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Molted a few times since this pic, been showing more and more blue with each molt.
 

Red Eunice

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Could be, don't rule it out...

Here's my 2" Chilobrachys dyscolus "Vietnam Blue"
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Molted a few times since this pic, been showing more and more blue with
each molt.
Thanks for the photo!
I will just wait for a molt or two and see if they darken.
Really can't go wrong w/h Chilorachys, once settled, they make amazing web works.
 
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