I need help identifying this trantula

Flexzone

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Can you get a better straight on pic, looks as if it's of the genus Lasiodora opposed to Pampho
 

Tfisher

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On the other hand could still be a pampho.. Over top picture would explain things a little more. I'm not sure (and to tired to check) pink bloom is p nigricolor?

Edit: I checked anyway bc I couldn't sleep thinking about it. Pink bloom is p platyomma... I stand corrected.
 

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Lasiodora for sure, LP most likely. I'm guessing the "pink" in salmon pink led to the confusion as is so typical of those using stupid...er, common names. Def. not a pamph.
 

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Lasiodora for sure, LP most likely. I'm guessing the "pink" in salmon pink led to the confusion as is so typical of those using stupid...er, common names. Def. not a pamph.
that makes a lot of sence.. You kinda just blew my mind.
 

Ed Parish

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Is the Lasiodora a relatively quick spider because this thing's awfully fast?
 

Tim Benzedrine

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Sort of redundant at this point, but I thought "LP" the moment I laid eyes on the picture because it looks just like mine.
 

Ed Parish

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Thanks for your help everyone! Much appreciated. Does anyone know where i can get a pamphobeteus platyomma sling?
 

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