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.
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.
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.
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.
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%.
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.
The Brazilian red and white tarantula is a larger tarantula with a diagonal leg span of approximately 15–17 centimetres . The Brazilian red and white tarantula is noted for its white striped legs, beige to grey prosoma, and the reddish hairs on the opisthosoma. Males and females look the same until the ultimate (final) molt of the males.