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ID this T please!

Bothrops

Arachnobaron
Old Timer
Joined
Jan 6, 2004
Messages
583
I have this tarantula...
It's from Argentina.. I have no clue of which species it could be..
At least I think it's from the genus Grammostola, but if so, what species?

Help please! :?

Pre-molt



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Arachnophilist

Arachnoprince
Old Timer
Joined
Sep 12, 2006
Messages
1,252
no idea what it is but it certainly is a beautiful spider! actually I am gonna guess Grammostola alticeps
 

Scorp guy

Arachnoangel
Old Timer
Joined
Dec 22, 2005
Messages
900
It looks kinda like a P. scrofa to me...sorry if im wrong.
 

tarantulas.com

Arachnopeon
Joined
Oct 25, 2006
Messages
45
Id

What I've seen labeled as alticeps looks like a pulchra w/ red hairs coming up from the coxa. How large is it?
 

mr_jacob7

Arachnoknight
Old Timer
Joined
Jan 20, 2007
Messages
222
i second arachnophilist. no idea, but he's very kewl. good luck with the id!
 

Becky

Arachnolord
Old Timer
Joined
Sep 17, 2006
Messages
642
I'd say its definately a Grammostola species.. i'm no expert on which though lol definately not a grossa though, actaeon maybe?
 
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