Although they do not have red bodies, Costa Rican Red Tarantulas are appealing, medium-sized, tarantulas. They get their name from the shaggy red hairs on the legs and abdomen. Costa Rican Red Tarantulas actually have a black to dark brown overall color. These tarantulas are not as docile as other Brachypelma species, but they are just as rewarding.
Lasiodorides striatus a large impressive spider, the Peruvian Orange stripe is a relatively easy to keep species. They are not nervous or aggressive, rather they are deliberate in their movements and slow to anger. This is not to say they will not strike when molested, but when treated with care can be easy to deal with.
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.
This spider common in India, Goa State. He lives in tropical forests, where the average temperature is 27 degrees Celsius, and humidity even 70 percent. This spider terrestrial spider, but loves to nuzzle caverns and hide. Usually, these spiders are growing quite quickly, on average, can grow up to 15 cm. This spider can be quite aggressive.
The Brazilian Giant Whiteknee Tarantula (Acanthoscurria geniculata), is a species of tarantula native to forests of Brazil. It is commonly referred to as the whiteknee tarantula, giant whiteknee tarantula, giant white knee tarantula or Brazilian giant whiteknee tarantula as a homage to its brilliant black and white banded 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.
Aphonopelma sp. (New River). Common name: New River Rust Rump.
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.