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 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...
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.
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).
The Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider Poecilotheria metallica, a striking arboreal spider from India, and is creating quite a stir. An adult Gooty Sapphire tarantula has an incredible metallic blue colorations on its carapace, abdomen, and legs.
Monocentropus balfouri baboon! Native to Socotra, an isolated island on east of the horn of Africa. 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 collector.
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.
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.
Hapalopus sp. Colombia "Pumpkin Patch Large" .The "Pumpkin Patch" can take down prey nearly it's own size! Known for it's unusual, striking of bright orange and black, adults can have a faint purple sheen. This rare species is absolutely beautiful!