Well, it is currently an "accepted" genus. It is described and currently accepted on Platnick's list. I understand this may not be correct, and expect this may change in the near future... but it is still "officially classified" none the less.As far as I know the genus "selenobrachys" has not yet been officially classified. I believe that the name is blend of selenocosmia and chilobrachys. I would recommend that you keep this spider similar to known chilobrachys (i.e. dyscolus)
Thanks. They are the most beautiful Philippine tarantula I have seen (although I have heard that Cyriopagopus dromeus are also quite pretty).Thanks tarsier. Absolutely gorgeous T with a much more oblong shaped abdomen than you see on most other Ts.
sa cartimar tol, mura lang, yun sakin binigay ko nalang sa pinsan ko, ayoko ng fast runners at nakatira sa moisty environment prone sa mites.where can i buy one of these? i leave in manila thanks ^_^