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Desert tarantulas, Aphonopelma chalcodes, are common throughout the Southwestern United States, especially Arizona, New Mexico, and Southern California.
Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )
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cuttersgoose commented on "Aphonopelma chalcodes Chamberlin, 1940":
8 months ago
Tanya Higgins added the English common name "Arizona Blonde Tarantula" to "Aphonopelma chalcodes Chamberlin, 1940".
over 1 year ago
Tanya Higgins added the English common name "Mexican Blonde Tarantula" to "Aphonopelma chalcodes Chamberlin, 1940".
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about 2 years ago
Katja Schulz added the English common name "Desert Blond Tarantula" to "Aphonopelma chalcodes Chamberlin, 1940".
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