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%.
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.
Poecilotheria regalis is a species of arboreal tarantulas from the Western and Eastern Ghats, India. The common name for this spider is Indian Ornamental Tree Spider, or simply Indian Ornamental. It is one of the most popular arboreal tarantulas for amateur collectors. Their legspan sometimes exceeds 7 inches (18 cm).
Arguably the largest of all poecilotheria, there is no doubt that these are strikingly-patterned, and extremely attractive animals, which would account for their relative rarity in captivity, and consequently high price. They are indiginous to either the lowlands or mountainous areas of central Sri-Lanka, so like to be kept cooler than other poecilotheria.
The mature Brachypelma smithi has a dark-colored body with orange patches on the joints of its legs. The second element of the legs is orange-red. Following molting, the colors are more pronounced. The dark portion is very black while the orange-red portions will be far more on the reddish side.
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.
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.