Please Help Identify this T

Bjorgly

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Hi all, my friend bought this tarantula as a spiderling and has yet to find out what it is. It is still quite young in the picture, perhaps someone can help me identify it. My guess is L.parahybana

thanks!

Mark

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SkyeSpider

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It's a bit hard to tell from the quality of the photo, but my guess would be A. seemani. My juvinal looks very similar in color and patern.

-Bryan
 

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re

hmmm, idunno, looks like an H. Gigas sling to me--Jeff
 

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I second the vote of it being an L parahybana. Looks like mine did.
 

ArachnoJoost

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I'll also go for the L. parahybana, carapax and legs look very much like a juvie parahybana
 

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This is my L. parahybana, juvie.. At least thats what it was labled.

Ernie
 

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Bjorgly

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Here are some better pics of it...i think after seeing arachnojoost's parahybana i think it looks quite similar. I've got an a.seemani and i cant see much of a resemblance.
 

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schlinkey

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L.Parahybana

Edit: by the first pic, my guess is def. parahybana.. the last ones though.. those look like pics of a blondi to me =D :?
 
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Bjorgly

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It is for sure not a blondi, i know the pics arn't the best but there is a pinkish color in there, a blondi is all brown basically. Im pretty sure it is a parahybana by the pics, but i'd like as many opinions as possible.

thanks!

Mark
 

Steve Nunn

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That's no parahybana!!

Originally posted by MrT
This is my L. parahybana, juvie.. At least thats what it was labled.

Ernie
Hi,
Someone scored!!! That isn't even a Lasiodora I'd say. I would guess it's a Pampho, lucky person! Maybe an ultramarinus.

Cheers,
Steve
 

Steve Nunn

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Re: Its a..

Originally posted by Haploman
Definately Lasiodora Parahybana
The first photo for sure, then it mutated into blondi and Ernie's spider takes the cake, gotta be a Pampho.

Steve
 

Haploman

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Still L parahybana

the unique red hairs above the abdomen and the white bands at the end of femurs are unique in L parahybana which are absent on any pampho species
 
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