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Uros Urevc
Posted: February 03, 2007 09:57 pm
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To my knowledge those are different species, or am I wrong?
On the left is annitha and on the right, there is smithi. They are both females aproximately 2 years old.

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Posted: February 04, 2007 05:27 pm
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Yes B annitha and B smithi are different species (unless somone proves they are not).
You should be able to tell them appart from each other when they get more colouration.


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Posted: February 04, 2007 06:04 pm
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QUOTE (Ian M @ February 04, 2007 05:27 pm)
You should be able to tell them appart from each other when they get more colouration.

I do tell them apart, the one on the left side is annitha, right one is smithi.


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Posted: February 04, 2007 07:41 pm
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What are the main diferences between annitha and smithi?
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Posted: February 04, 2007 08:01 pm
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QUOTE (Soad @ February 04, 2007 07:41 pm)
What are the main diferences between annitha and smithi?

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Martin H.
Posted: February 04, 2007 08:20 pm
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Hi,

BTW, your spiders look overfed to me – that doesn't look natural and healthy to me.

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PS.: The differences should be explained in these two papers:
  • TESMOINGT, M., F. CLÉTON & J.-M. VERDEZ (1997a): Description de Brachypelma annitha n. sp. et de Brachypelma hamorii n. sp. mâles et femelles, nouvelles espèces proches de Brachypelma smithi (Cambridge, 1897) du Mexique. Etude et relations taxonomiques des deux espèces et comparaison avec Brachypelma auratum (Schmidt, 1992), B. boehmi (Schmidt & Klaas, 1993), B. emilia (White, 1856), (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae). 2ème partie. Arachnides 33: 2-10.
  • TESMOINGT, M., F. CLÉTON & J.-M. VERDEZ (1997b): Description de Brachypelma annitha n. sp. et de Brachypelma hamorii n. sp. mâles et femelles, nouvelles espèces proches de Brachypelma smithi (Cambridge, 1897) du Mexique. Etude et relations taxonomiques des deux espèces et comparaison avec Brachypelma auratum (Schmidt, 1992), B. boehmi (Schmidt & Klaas, 1993), B. emilia (White, 1856), (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae). 1ère partie. Arachnides 32(1er trimestre): 8-20.


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Posted: February 28, 2011 10:56 am
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QUOTE (Martin H. @ February 04, 2007 08:20 pm)
Hi,

BTW, your spiders look overfed to me – that doesn't look natural and healthy to me.

all the best,
Martin

PS.: The differences should be explained in these two papers:
  • TESMOINGT, M., F. CLÉTON & J.-M. VERDEZ (1997a): Description de Brachypelma annitha n. sp. et de Brachypelma hamorii n. sp. mâles et femelles, nouvelles espèces proches de Brachypelma smithi (Cambridge, 1897) du Mexique. Etude et relations taxonomiques des deux espèces et comparaison avec Brachypelma auratum (Schmidt, 1992), B. boehmi (Schmidt & Klaas, 1993), B. emilia (White, 1856), (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae). 2ème partie. Arachnides 33: 2-10.
  • TESMOINGT, M., F. CLÉTON & J.-M. VERDEZ (1997b): Description de Brachypelma annitha n. sp. et de Brachypelma hamorii n. sp. mâles et femelles, nouvelles espèces proches de Brachypelma smithi (Cambridge, 1897) du Mexique. Etude et relations taxonomiques des deux espèces et comparaison avec Brachypelma auratum (Schmidt, 1992), B. boehmi (Schmidt & Klaas, 1993), B. emilia (White, 1856), (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae). 1ère partie. Arachnides 32(1er trimestre): 8-20.

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Posted: March 04, 2011 09:49 pm
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