Category: Central America

Phormictopus atrichomatus 0

Red Island Birdeater Tarantula

Red Island Birdeater Tarantulas are stunningly large terrestrial spiders. They are typically bronze-brown but can have a pinkish sheen after moulting. Red Island Birdeaters have a reputation for being skittish, ornery and defensive. These...

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Davus Fasciatum – Costa Rican Tiger Rump

Widely popular as the Costa Rican Tiger Rump, Davus Fasciatum is a new world tarantula that’s native to the Costa Rican region. While this spider is unique for its beautiful hue, one of its...

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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...

Mexican Red Rump (Brachypelma Vagans) 0

Mexican Red Rump (Brachypelma Vagans)

The Mexican Red Rump is a terrestrial, burrowing tarantula that is widely found in Mexico and certain parts of Central America. These creatures derive their name from the striking red urticating hairs on their...

Pamphobeteus vespertinus Ecuadorian Red Bloom 0

Ecuadorian Red Bloom (Pamphobeteus vespertinus)

Ecuadorian Red Bloom is one of the rarest species of tarantulas. They are shy, semi-aggressive, and widely found in the Ecuadorian regions. This species usually thrives in dry and humid climates with little or relatively less rainfall. However, their...