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Crotalus

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Supposedly a L. parahybana (which its not)



spermatheca



Ideas?
 

Alice

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how big is she? only asking because some ts like g. actaeon (whicht it resembles a bit) change colour till they are adults. my actaeon only lost the red hairs at 6"!
 

P. Novak

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I'm gonna say a Grammostola spp.

I have the species name for the Grammostola on my tongue, but can't get it. I'll look it up when I get back from school, unless someone figures it out by then.

EDIT: Grammostola Actaeon or Grammostola Iheringi
 
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Crotalus

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how big is she? only asking because some ts like g. actaeon (whicht it resembles a bit) change colour till they are adults. my actaeon only lost the red hairs at 6"!
Shes around 18cm legspan or so. Its not a Grammostola
I think it might be a Lasiodora itabunae
 

Alice

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i had a second look at that pic and you are right - it's not a grammostola spec.
 

P. Novak

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Shes around 18cm legspan or so. Its not a Grammostola
I think it might be a Lasiodora itabunae
Well you can see the T in person, so the only thing I can do is agree with you. Pictures tend to decieve.
 

moose35

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well that seems to rule out A chocoana...


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By-Tor

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do megaphobema velvetosoma have the leg markings like that? just an idea(thinking of t's with black bodies and red butts, gotta be a lot of those out there)
 

Bothrops

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Not M. velvetosoma either (I have one, and it's not similar to that...)
 

Crotalus

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In the description for itabunae it says it have violet stripes on the legs, which this one have. Fiery red abdominal setae fits too.
 
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