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Mystery Brachy

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Elaine, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. Elaine

    Elaine Arachnosquire

    It very unusual to see this mystery Brachy of mine let alone get a photo. My lucky day today since I got to do both. I still have no idea what he/she is :rolleyes:

  2. DeTwan

    DeTwan Arachnoknight Old Timer

    I have no idea what it is but sure is puretttie!:drool:
  3. penny'smom

    penny'smom Arachnobaron

    Don't know either, but I like the golden carapace in the second shot.
  4. metallica

    metallica Arachnoking Old Timer

    the lack of stripe pattern on the legs would point to B. vagans.
  5. miarachnids

    miarachnids Arachnoknight Arachnosupporter

    Could be an albogans
    hybred curly hair & red rump

    Nice looking T.
  6. Sylvi

    Sylvi Arachnosquire

    B schroederi? I had one a while back, lovely black legs and rump, brownish carapice, always in a hole. Mine matured male and he wasn't very big. A bit skittish and quick.
  7. But the lack of red hairs on the abdomen would point away from Vagans. But if they are there Vagans all the way. Color morph maybe.

    Hey Elaine try to get a shot of the abdomen hairs when she is out next time. Cool looking T!
  8. Elaine

    Elaine Arachnosquire

    Thanks everyone :) I love a mystery lol. This was my first ever T and he/she has never been identified. He is now approx 4 inches and one of my favourite's.

    Ryan, here are a couple of pics. Not too great since he never stays still.

    Rear legs

    Blurry pic of abdomen

    In this pic the carapace looks to bre slightly greenish.
  9. Elaine

    Elaine Arachnosquire

    Here is an older photo of this little guy at 3 inches if it helps any :)

  10. Elaine

    Elaine Arachnosquire

    He has me stumped Sylvi. He is gorgeous in person, when we get to see him, but I havent yet seen another one like him. xx
  11. arrowhd

    arrowhd Arachnolord Old Timer

    Looks like my B. vagans.
  12. Sylvi

    Sylvi Arachnosquire

    Yes, he is red on his rump now that its visible.
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