p. meridionalis

fartkowski

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this guy was sold to me as pterinochilus meridionalis (zimbawe grey baboon)
I searched several sites and couldn't find anything under that name.
some picturs of pterinochilus chordatus sort of look like it
any idea on what it could be?
 

P. Novak

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It could be P.chordatus, but I think you should wait for the Pterinochilus experts to drop by.
 

GoTerps

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this guy was sold to me as pterinochilus meridionalis
That species is now Ceratogyrus meridionalis.

Your spider is likely P. chordatus, but can I see a ventral image?

Eric
 

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The correct name is Ceratogyrus meridionalis. I don't know if that is what you have but that is the correct name.

EDIT: Darn, Eric beat me to it.
 

CedrikG

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Hi,

you've got a beautifull Pterinochilus chordatus
 

P. Novak

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Yup definately Pterinochilus chordatus because there is no tan/peach band on the ventral side.
 

fartkowski

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thanks for the repiles
i figured it had to be from the Pterinochilus family cause it sure does act alot like an OBT
it's just a little guy (about 2" ) but man is it aggressive
so far he is much worse than both my OBT's, but i still love him
 

CedrikG

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Yes and not only that its underside abdomen is'nt dark.
 

fartkowski

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So you Id a spider by the way it act {D {D {D
hahhahahah
well if the orange shoe fits.......:)
maybe he saw the OBT cage right next to his and wants to grow up just like her
minus the orange of course
 
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