I agree. Looks like a typical Aphonopelma chalcodes. But I've been known to be wrongOriginally posted by pamandron
I would say it is definetly an aphoponelma species. It is hard to tell with the coloring. I was thinking Mexican Blonde(Chalcodes) or Rio Grande Gold(Moderatum).
Thats the thing... Its like they know some latin names but not all of them are posted... www.reptiledepot.com they have a pretty nice selection of T's though( For a place that is supposed to sell reptiles!)Don't buy from places that can't get a name right. If they can't even do that right then imagine what kind of shape its gonna be in when it arrives at your house........