'Dwarf Pink Blush' ? Pic..

Mez

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Is it Grammastola? I've no idea what it is, apart from it needs a molt!
 

crawltech

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its not A. seemani, if thats what your thinkin, Rob....looks closer to P. scrofa....The "dwarf pink" part of the common name also suggests this....
 

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its not A. seemani, if thats what your thinkin, Rob....looks closer to P. scrofa....The "dwarf pink" part of the common name also suggests this....
I just got off work... didn't look close enough.

Yeah, P.scrofa... I could go with that for sure.
 

Mez

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Eh, that's the only pick I took, size wise its avoid 8-10 centimeters?
 

Moltar

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Looks like G. pulchripes to me. At least, at first glance it does. Better pics? Better angles?
 

MrDusty

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Looks like G. pulchripes to me. At least, at first glance it does. Better pics? Better angles?
I'd have to agree...it looks a lot like a little Chaco or some other form of Gram at the very least.
 

Chris_Skeleton

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I'm gonna bet against pulchripes. Looks nothing like it to me, way too reddish/brown. I'll say either P. scrofa or G. rosea and something in my head is screaming P. parvula for some reason :?
 

Mez

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Its still in a shop, i havent bought it (cant get anymore pics until the next time i go), but i know the supplier he got them from, and has had both P. scrofa and P. parvula in stock.
If it makes any differences, the knees didnt really look golden, might be the flash helping that, and the hair looked quite curly.
 
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