Brachypelma vagans is a species of tarantula known commonly as the Mexican red rump or Mexican black velvet. It ranges predominantly in Mexico, but can be found as far south as Belize, El Salvador, and Guatemala. They are terrestrial, burrowing spiders. The reason for the name red rump is because of its distinctive red hairs on its abdomen.
Pterinochilus is a family of bird eaters, who are strictly not recommended for beginners. Despite that spiders grow up to quite small size they are incredibly fast and aggressive. Their poisons are said to be most toxic among all bird eaters. All these aspects make it especially dangerous to keep this spider at home.
Chaco golden knee one of the larger species of tarantula, the Chaco golden knee (Grammostola pulchripes) can be expected to reach between 20–22 cm (8.5 in). The Chaco Golden Knee tends to be one of the more docile and calm species of tarantula and therefore makes an attractive first pet.
This GORGEOUS velvet black terrestrial species with its docile and hardy nature is very sought after in the hobby. They are indigenous to Brazil, do best with temps between 65-78F (18-25c) and 55-65% humidity. The growth rate of the BB is slow to medium and females can reach close to 7" at maturity. They are opportunistic burrowers so deep substrate is...
The skeleton spider is a species of spider belonging to the family Theraphosidae, sub-family Aviculariinae. It is native to several South American countries. Its common name is derived from the skeleton-like markings on its legs. The adult can grow as large as 15 cm. Skeleton spider lives mainly on or near the forest floor, spiders likes to hide under...
Hysterocrates Gigas or Cameroon Red Baboon is indigenous to Africa. It's natural habitat is the floor of the Cameroon rainforest. It thrives at temps between 80-95 F with humidity between 60-90%.
A huge dark coloured Chilobrachys species that can reach sizes of 15-17cm legspan. These spiders are quite reclusive and if kept properly in a fossorial setup they will seldom be seen.