Asia

Cyriopagopus sp hati hati – Purple Earth Tiger Tarantula

Widely popular as the Purple Earth Tiger, the Cyriopagopus sp hati hati is a spectacular old-world tarantula with dark purplish hues along its body. This tarantula features dark, multi-coloured femurs and a striking, more light-coloured carapace. As spiderlings, they build small webbed burrows at the base of trees and rocks. Over time, they assume the …

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Bolivian Dwarf Beauty (Cyriocosmus perezmilesi)

Native to the region of Bolivia, Cyriocosmus Perezmilesi is a docile and relatively calm tarantula. Widely known as the Bolivian Dwarf Beauty, these species have assumed this name because of their dwarfish structure. To put it simply, they manage to assume a leg size of only 2 inches, thus the name. These tarantulas do not …

Asian Blue Smokey - Chilobrachys sp. Vietnam Blue - Burma Choclate Brown
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Asian Blue Smokey (Chilobrachys sp Vietnam blue)

Widely popular as the ‘Asian Smokey Earth’, Asian Blue Smokey and the ‘Burma Chocolate Brown’, the Chilobachys Sp Vietnam Blue is a spectacular bird spider that’s native to the Burmese and Malaysian regions. According to experts, this spider derives the stunning coloration on its carapace from the Asian regions of Burma, India, Vietnam, and certain …

Ceratogyrus darlingi
Africa Tarantula Species

Rear Horned Baboon Tarantula (Ceratogyrus darlingi)

Native to the Southern region of Africa, Ceratogyrus Dalingi is an old-world tarantula that is best known for its strikingly beautiful horn and spectacular multi-coloured carapace. Since this horn one of the defining aspects of these tarantulas, they are also popularly known as the Burst Horned Baboon. The Ceratogyrus grows around 4.5 inches to 5 …

Central America Tarantula Species

The Mexican Rose Grey Tarantula (Brachypelma Verdezi)

Brachyelma Verdezi, also known as the Mexican Rose Grey is a spectacular tarantula belonging to the Brachypelma group of species. Both the male and female specie of Verdezi have spectacular colorations along their carapace. While the male features red and orange hair on its dark black carapace, the females feature a triangular mark right above …

Central America Tarantula Species

Mexican Pink Beauty Tarantula – Brachypelma Klaasi

Brachypelma Klaasi, popularly known as the ‘Mexican Pink Beauty’ is a spectacular and rare specie of tarantula. Native to the Mexican region, this tarantula is best known for its bright hues along the patella and carapace. Usually docile in nature, the Mexican Pink Beauty is a perfect pet for people who are planning to keep …

Central America Tarantula Species

Brachypelma Auratum – Mexican Flame Knee Tarantula

Widely popular as the Mexican Flame Knee, Brachypelma Auratam is tarantula indigenous to the Guerrero and Michocan regions of Mexico. In terms of appearance, this spider holds striking resemblance to the classic red-kneed spider of Mexico. The only aspect that distinguishes it from the former specie is its relatively darker and discrete red stripes along …

Central America Tarantula Species

Mexican Golden Red Rump Tarantula – Brachypelma Albiceps

Best known as the Mexican Golden Red Rump, Brachypelma Albiceps belongs to the Theraphosidae species of tarantulas. This spider is best known for its striking golden colored carapace and dark black abdomen. Unlike many other tarantulas, the abdomen of the Red Rump features red, urticating hairs. Since this color might change according to changing illumination, …

Natal Brown Bird Eater (Acanthoscurria natalensis)
South America Tarantula Species

Natal Brown Bird Eater (Acanthoscurria natalensis)

The Natal Brown Bird Eater is a rare Brazilian tarantula that is best known for its dazzling coloration. This species has a rusty brown shade on its carapace which is perfectly complemented by the caramel brown stripes along its knees. Albeit reclusive, the ‘Natal Brown’ can be moderately aggressive, flinging its urticating hair if you …