G. Rosea?

Valael

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Someone said they aren't too sure if it is, but with the new molt, I think it might be. Opinions?
 

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Valael

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The stripe thing kinda has me wondering though, either I never paid attention or I never saw those in other pics.
 

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SkyeSpider

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Pretty spider :) My rosehairs have the same stripes, so that's what I'll vote for.

-Bryan
 

Valael

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Thanks.


She's a little brigher (And skinnier) than usual -- She just molted about a week and a half ago. She went from a dull brown to a pretty pinkish/red.


Now if only she (I HOPE! That molt kinda looked male-ish, but I'm too much of an amature to know for sure.) would stay that color.
 

kosh

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my adult male G. rosea has similar stripes although they are not as prominent...but it sure does look close to a G. rosea...
 

Bearacuda42

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Its A red ...

That happens to be what they call the red morph or red phase, G. Rosea.. Yes they can be very pretty when older.. and it looks to be a female... ;P ;P :D
 
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