I’m a little confused (no change there), how can so many of them now simply be classed as Avicularia Avicularia? There are obviously slight differences in them to be classified that way in the first place. So how can they suddenly all be the same spider?
I wish, but that will likely never happen. Just look at all of the Pamphobeteus and Phormictopus with sp behind the genus. Perhaps one day the tarantula gods will enlighten those who make the reclassification.Can they please stop with all the re-classing?
Only just starting to learn the scientific names then they change there minds
I hope so! I think a few brain cells have died from trying to learn the last lot lol!I wish, but that will likely never happen. Just look at all of the Pamphobeteus and Phormictopus with sp behind the genus. Perhaps one day the tarantula gods will enlighten those who make the reclassification.
Just thought this should be In here, the Brachypelma Tliltocatl revision
Systematic revision of Mexican threatened tarantulas Brachypelma (Araneae: Theraphosidae: Theraphosinae), with a description of a new genus, and implications on the conservationAbstract. The tarantula genus Brachypelma includes colourful species that are highly sought after in the commercial pet trade. They are all included in CITES apacademic.oup.com
Another for the list is Neischnocolus sp. Panama formerly Ami sp. Panama.
Gold Banded Sunburst Dwarf Tarantula (Neischnocolus sp. Panama / formerly Ami sp. Panama) Care Sheet — the Tarantula CollectiveScientific Name: Neischnocolus sp. Panama (formerly Ami sp. Panama) Common Name:Gold Banded Sunburst Dwarf Type: Terrestrial Category: New World Endemic Location: Panama Body Length: 1.25” (3cm) Diagonal Leg Span (DLS): 3” (7.5cm) Urticating Hairs: Yes Growth Rate: Medium-Slow Life Expectanwww.thetarantulacollective.com