In fact the only one species known in captivity - Eucratoscelus pachypus, which can be easily separated from all other African tarantulas by its distinctive long brushes of setae and incrassate “bushy” tibia of the rear legs.
The Venezuelan suntiger (Psalmopoeus irminia) is a striking tarantula species from Venezuela and hence considered a New World species. It has hairy legs which are typically dark in color (pronominally black) with a black carapace. Males are generally a slightly lighter, more faded color than females. Venom of this beauties is strong
Togo starburst is spider from Africa. It is kind a popular in Lithuania as a pet but is very agressive and unpredictable. Recommended only for experts.
Brachypelma Albopilosum or Honduran Curly Hair. The B. Albo is indigenous to Central America ranging from Honduras to Costa Rica. It's best kept between 70-85 F (21-29c) with humidity between 65-80%.
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.
M. balfouri is a must-have baboon! Native to Socotra, an isolated island approximately 150 miles east of the horn of Africa this unique tarantula possesses a unique and striking appearance. The "Socotra Island Blue Baboon is an easy keeper who creates elaborate tubes. This tarantula could make a good first Old World tarantula for the serious collector.
The Greenbottle Blue Tarantula (Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens), a native of the Paraguaná peninsula, Venezuela, has some of the most dramatic coloring of any spider species. Adult greenbottles have metallic blue legs, a blue-green carapace and a vibrant orange abdomen. They are very active, fast-growing and particularly attractive to tarantula hobbyists.
The Antilles pinktoe tarantula (Avicularia versicolor), also known as the Martinique Red Tree Spider or the Martinique Pinktoe, is native to Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Caribbean Sea, but is a popular spider pet due to its docile character and unique coloration. Antilles pinktoe tarantulas are arboreal (tree-dwelling).