Reach for the sky...

LaRiz

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Can anybody guess what this species is? Winners receive a hearty "Well done!".
Hints: Scopulae and coloration
john
 

ArachnoJoost

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Pterinochilus of some kind. I know this is more yellow than the usumbara, so I would guess the regular P. murinus
 

MrDeranged

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Why am I thinking H. schmidti or Cyriopagopus ssp.

Scott
 

Haploman

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I win!!!!

Its a male cyriopagopus thorelli hahahaha what do I win!!!!
 

Henry Kane

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The shape of the scopulae makes me think it's an arboreal. I'm probably way off though. And the coloration resembles a mature male thorelli but I see no signs of a penultimate male.
other than that, I'm clueless.

Atrax
 

LaRiz

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For those that guessed...

...Cyriopagopus thorelli. Correct! This is a penultimate male.
Here's your hearty well done...
WELL DONE!
john
 

Henry Kane

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Whoa! That's what I get. LOL! Where are the boxing gloves? On the palps I mean.

Atrax
 

MrDeranged

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Gary,

Penultimate means that it has one more molt to go before maturing. :)

Scott
 
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