It's PZB not PBZSame thing happened to me 2 weeks ago went back and saw what was labled PBZ, but looked identicle to their chaco. But I think it has to do with the stripes, I think the PBZ has the same pattern but they are more a pinkish color. I would like to hear more from a more experienced member.
Post some of these examples.chris, I have looked at multiple pictures of both. i see both species with similar colored markings. if anyone has a certain ID method other than just coloration. please let me know
Mirror patch anyone?I like how everyone comes in here saying its easy to tell the difference between these two..They arent really, I mean as easy as all you make it seem at least. I would like to request some of the people in here saying its is easy to please post pics where it is clear in display that the two are totally or "easy to tell apart" to compare. I was tricked at my LPS, and so was the OP...Im sure it happens more often then most will admit.
Here's what Mr. Pocock wrote when describing the Eupalaestrus genus:chris, I have looked at multiple pictures of both. i see both species with similar colored markings. if anyone has a certain ID method other than just coloration. please let me know
Your specimen appears to be a G. pulchripes and not E. campestratus. In the pictures it's clearly visible that the tibiae on legs IV are not thickened, i.e. it's not Eupalaestrus.Well this is the specimen I bought labled as PZB at my LPS
And on the second one (Grammostola pulchripes) the tibia on the 4th leg is more slender than the patella: