please try to ID this T

regalis

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It was bought as Paraphysa scrofa..but I don't believe it..

 

stooka

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100% not P.scrofa it looks alot like to T.pruriens to me.id say definetly a T.pruriens,how big?looks female also
 

pink'n'curly

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looks a little like a Aphonopelma seemanni , i think i can see the stripes in the pic but its not clear.
 

regalis

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Hi !

It's actualy my friend spider so I will ask him how big is it . here are 2 more pictures .


 

cheetah13mo

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Heres a T. pruriens and that is not a pruriens. Notice the stripes are much more pronounced.

 

Becky

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Grammostola pulchra?

She's really beautiful whatever she is!
 

stooka

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No way a puchra im sticking by T.pruriens,i have 3 here and all have varying degree of pronounced striping,depends on last moult etc.The greeny gold shine on the carapace screems T.pruriens(peruvian green gold)
 

regalis

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No no it's not G.pulchra 100% . I have a female pulchra and it's not similar to this T.
 

R.HENNING

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O.K. call it what you may!
But T.pruriens has alot of guard hairs on rear legs also,thay have thinner
legs then G.pulchra.
I have had both sp. in the past. :embarrassed:
Also i have a L.striatus looks nothing like it.
 
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