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Talkenlate04

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I have no clue what this girl is. I know its female, shes at a shop downtown. He had some common name, mustard something. Anywho whats the name for this girl? My camera sucks this was the best picture I could get. She's really calm and I might get her.

 

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She might be fully grown already at that size, I'm pretty sure she won't get much bigger than that. They're nice though, docile and pretty.
 

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She just molted out and I confirmed it was female. She's been in that shop for at least a year. So maybe if I find a male Ill get her. Thanks for the info..............


Oh one more thing, is 25 bucks a bad price?
 

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She just molted out and I confirmed it was female. She's been in that shop for at least a year. So maybe if I find a male Ill get her. Thanks for the info..............


Oh one more thing, is 25 bucks a bad price?

$25 is not bad at all, I'd consider that a good deal. You don't see many of these around, so maybe you should get her and breed her.
 

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Well if they are hard to come by I might end up never finding a male. She still would be a great addition. I did not expect her to be so calm.
 

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It probably won't get any bigger than that. I have a full grown adult female and she is only 5ish inches.

That's a beautiful specimen you have, and $25 is a great price!
 

chrispy

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is your color odd on your pic . It could be a chaco,Gr. aureostiata .I ve heard them called mustard stripes. Are they yellowish. The zebra beauty has no yellow.
 

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is your color odd on your pic . It could be a chaco,Gr. aureostiata .I ve heard them called mustard stripes. Are they yellowish. The zebra beauty has no yellow.
No it's definately E. campestratus, you can see the pinkish hairs all over the legs and abdomen.
 

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I thought G. aureostriiata with my first passing glance too, but the long pink hairs are the give away that its a PZB. I think the yellowish color is the lighting in the photo.
 

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They are nice T's Ryan. I have a femle that is about 4 3/4 inches. She is really pretty and very sweet and calm. Calm enough she can be picked up by the "pinch" method. I also have a micro sling of the same kind, it is so small it is eating cricket legs. Get her, you won't be sorry.
 

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Yeap, that's a E. campestratus. You can see some pics from my adult female in my picture thread :}
 

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I wouldnt put all my money on E. campestratus. What color are the spinnerettes? If they are tan, its an A. seemanni, if they are black its a E. camestratus. A. seemannis are waaaay more common in pet shops it seems, and E. campestratus are so sweet, i hope its a campestratus.
 

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A. seemani doesn't have long pink hairs like that though, I'm positive that it isn't A. seemani.
 

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I wouldnt put all my money on E. campestratus. What color are the spinnerettes? If they are tan, its an A. seemanni, if they are black its a E. camestratus. A. seemannis are waaaay more common in pet shops it seems, and E. campestratus are so sweet, i hope its a campestratus.
This shop imports Ts all the time. He gets shipments two times a month sometimes more. I have never seen A Seemanis in that shop.
 

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It is E. campestratus. It has thickened rear legs which A. seemani does not have. E. campestratus is quite different looking from A. seemani in my opinion.
 
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