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 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.
Euatlhus sp. "Red" is also known as the Chile Flame Tarantula. Beautiful, docile and very hardy this New-World terrestrial can make a great first tarantula. The females currently available are late in their molt cycle. It is advisable to let them molt before any breeding attempts.
Pterinopelma sazimai is a species of tarantula (family Theraphosidae).It is known as the Brazilian Blue or Sazimai's Tarantula. Iridescent blue in color, P. sazimai is native to an ecological island within the Chapada Diamantina National Park in Bahia, Brazil.
The Brazilian Salmon Pink Bird-eating Tarantula (Lasiodora parahybana), also simply known as the Salmon Pink, is a relatively large tarantula from north-eastern Brazil. L. parahybana is considered to be the third largest tarantula in the world (behind Theraphosa blondi andTheraphosa apophysis; however, the largest spider is the Giant huntsman spider in...
Aphonopelma sp. (New River). Common name: New River Rust Rump.
Chilobrachys dyscolus is a large burrowing species. These spiders get pretty large and like most other Chilobrachys will not hesitate to act very defensive/aggressive if bothered.When freshly molted adults will sport a black to almost blue coloration and thru the molt cycle will look more of a dark charcoal color and continue to brown out while in pre-molt.
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
The Mexican golden red rump tarantula, Brachypelma albiceps, is species of the genus Brachypelma. The carapace is a light golden color with black legs and a black abdomen covered with longer red hairs. Females typically live for about 15 years (up to 20). Males usually live about 5 years or up to 12 months after the last molt.
Some of the biggest grass snakes that comes from Taiwan. These beautiful...
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