The boehmie we all thought it should be

xyruz

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I posted a thread before about my t that should be a smithi..and yet we all thought that its not.. all of us agreed that its a boehmie..after a 2 or 3 moult.. it looks like this now.. its becoming more of a smithi right????or am i wrong again.. if it is.. then we are all wrong..:banghead: :happy:
 

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ledzeppelin

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If the first colour "sectons" (what are these stripes called anyway?) start to appear more reddish it's definitely baumgarteni. At this stage it's hard to tell..
 

viper69

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Just DO NOT breed it, as you don't know what it is. There is no need for FrankenTs there or anywhere else.
 

Paiige

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Yes it certainly seems like we have enough mystery "boehmei" "baumgarteni" "smithi" hybrids floating around as it is. Wait until it matures and let us know!
 

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I posted a thread before about my t that should be a smithi..and yet we all thought that its not.. all of us agreed that its a boehmie..after a 2 or 3 moult.. it looks like this now.. its becoming more of a smithi right????or am i wrong again.. if it is.. then we are all wrong..:banghead: :happy:
Are you referring to this thread http://arachnoboards.com/threads/update-of-my-brachy-the-one-that-i-dont-know-what-sp.288721/? I clearly stated on one of my post that the problem is, the photo is of a specimen that is recently molted so it's hard to say wether is a hybrid or boehmei. Brachypelma emelia is definetly not to those who think is emelia. I also stated on a different post that's it's not a smithi.

What do you think it is that you have? Who was the seller? Did the original seller had it since it was a baby? Did the seller hatch out this baby from one of his females? Was it imported out of the USA?
 

xyruz

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Update for this t... it just recently moulted last week.. here it is now.. and i feed it with a delicious snack after a long month in premolt:angelic::hungry::happy:;):)(lizard).. can anyone tell the sp of my t now??
 

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KezyGLA

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Weird transition for a hamorii. But maybe thats what it is. B. hamorii.
 

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Update for this t... it just recently moulted last week.. here it is now.. and i feed it with a delicious snack after a long month in premolt:angelic::hungry::happy:;):)(lizard).. can anyone tell the sp of my t now??
Your photo isn't that clear, but from what I can tell looks like a hybrid.
 

xyruz

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I still got a doubt though...just so, i will not breed this t...
 
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