Is this a T. stirmi or blondi?

Redneck

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I'm not good with this species. I see a few critters on CL again. (Decided to come back to Galveston of another weekend.)

Anyways, I know it has to be a Theraphosa of some sort. Don't know which one. I think stirmi or burgundy or whatever. Opinions?



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Arachnomaniac19

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It looks stirmi to me. If there are hairs on the patella (first knee) then it's a blondi or apophysis. If not, it's a stirmi.
 

Rittdk01

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Its a stirmi. I can see there are no hairs on the knees. Looks like it's been eating well lol.
 

Redneck

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So, I'll probably end up with it then. I might have a chance for the stirmi, GBB and a H. lividum for $120. Craigslist finds! Hehe
 

Redneck

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If I get them. The only method of contact on the ad is email. We will see. I'm not very hopeful with it now. We all know how shifty CL ads are. Lol
 

basin79

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I've had similar experiences. It can be the case that when the owner puts them up for sale and starts getting offers they realise just how much they love them and decide to keep them.

That typed it was rude not to contact you.
 

Redneck

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I've had similar experiences. It can be the case that when the owner puts them up for sale and starts getting offers they realise just how much they love them and decide to keep them.

That typed it was rude not to contact you.
I can understand that. It's no skin off my nose. Just $120 saved for our first repticon here soon.
 
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