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Freshly molted mystery sling

Phobik1

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Got this as a freebie and it was unlabeled. Was buying new world Terrestrials at the time. Is it too early to tell what it is?
 

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Casey K.

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Yes. I would wait until it hardens up a bit and then take another pic. :)
 

Casey K.

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How is its demeanor? Is it swift? Aggressive? Docile? Laid back? Nervous?
 

Phobik1

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After a couple of moltes now
 

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timc

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T. albopilosus is my guess. Commonly given as a freebie, NW terrestrial, and your little one is starting to look like it’s having a bad hair day. I could be very wrong though. Keep posting pictures please until we can pin this down.
 

Phobik1

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Ya know. I went to pick up 1 freebie from the breeder and that was a 1.5in T. Nicaraguan. He also gave me this one in question when i showed up so it just may be the same. We shall see.
 

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