sold as a smithi

jimip

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heres the new T. sold as a smithi love no matter what it might be.... but i guess i doubt its smithiness...
 

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Salamanderhead

Arachnobaron
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Pretty sure it is. I'll look at the pictures of mine when it was that size.

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Here's mine about a year and a half ago. Resemblance is there.
 

CAK

Arachnoknight
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I agree... That next molt or two you should start seeing some serious coloring pop out. :)
 

jimip

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thats cool i think its premolt but it oculd just be adjusting and not eating. i guess time will tell.
 

malevolentrobot

Arachnobaron
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looks smithi to me as well, dead ringer for my 1" before its last moult. like others said you'll know in probably in a moult or two.
 

captmarga

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I have a little one about the same size or perhaps a molt larger, and looks pretty close in appearance as well. Here's a recent photo of Sallah (B. smithi).

Marga

 

2oCHEVYo0

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It's a B. Smithi, just don't got the coloring in all the way. You can tell by the slightly lighter shade on them knees! Congrats, they are a BLAST!
 

Andrei

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At this size is too early to say. It could be baumgarteni, auratum... Wait 4-5 molts and then you will be sure
 
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