not 'M' but, Poecilotheria rufilata, whihch i fully believe it is because of the yellow patches on the rear 2 legs both sides.
Although some of the pokies have bright yellow on the frontlegs, from what i can tell rufilata, and metallica have the yellow patches on the rear as wel... and yours isnt blue
thanks. i know it's a P. rufilata. i'm trying to sex it. it was labeled female but i think it's male. it just molted and i threw out the molt because i purchased them sexed. the one labeled male is much bigger and i haven't been able to get a clear shot of it. bigger abdomen, deeper green coloration, no pinkish coloration under the pedilaps.
if they are labeled correctly, it's going to be one HUGE male. :?
I think he is asking if it's male, not if is the genus Poelithoceria or if it is rufilata. It is hard to tell if it is male or female. From the color patterns it looks pretty viberant, so I would say female. How big is it?