NW=New World OW=Old World AB=Arboreal TR=Terrestrial

Texas Tan



Texas Tan (Aphonopelma anax)
1/4", $20 each

This beauty from the grasslands of Texas, has a light caramel colored carapace, black to brown legs and abdomen, lightly colored with reddish setae. Hardy species, not overly defensive, reaching 4" - 5" as adults! Awesome spider!


Vietman Blue (Chilobrachys dyscolus)
3/4", $39 each
This beautiful yet deffensive Chilobrachys species from South Vietnam, is a smokey grey with blue legs as adults. These need deep substrate for burrowing, and kept semi-moist. They get big, reaching 7" as adults! This species represents Swift's Invertebrates 109th tarantula species successfully produced!! Don't pass em up!!

Venezuelan Green Bottle Blue
Venezuelan Green Bottle Blue



Venezuelan Green Bottle Blue (Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens)
3/4", $69 each

From the cactus filled scrublands of Paraguana, Northern Venezuela, comes one of the most beautiful tarantulas in the world. The Venezuelan Green Bottle Blue (C. cyaneopubescens Schmidt 1995) is a true walking rainbow, with dark blue legs and chelicerae, bright orange abdomonal setae, with a metallic green chephalothorax. Under ideal lighting, these colors can be very intense, which gives this spider much attention by tarantula hobbyists. Reaching 5"+ as adults, Keep on the drier side, toughest thing since an "Usambara"!

Trinidad Dwarf Tigerump



Trinidad Dwarf Tigerump (Cyriocosmus elegans)
1/4", $49 each

This very attractive dwarf species from Trinidad and Tobago, have a black "V" shape over their eye cluster, on a pumkin orange carapace. Black legs with white striping starting from the patella run down to the tarsus! Like other species in the genus Cyriocosmus, these little dwarfs have a beautiful heart shaped mirror-patch, with "tiger" type stripeing on sides of abdomen. Easy to keep, and even though they are small, they take small prey like a champ. Start these with flightless fruit flies, or day old crickets! These are a true dwarf species and reach only 2" as adults! Limited, so don't wait too long!

Brazilian Blue Dwarf Beauty



Brazilian Blue Dwarf Beauty (Dolichothele diamantinensis)
1", $69 each

Beautiful little dwarf species from Brazil, has some very nice coloration of blue, gold, green, and red as adults. Big webber, mild disposition! Reaching 3" -4" as adults, limited supply!
Himalayan Earth Tiger


Himalayan Earth Tiger (Haplocosmia himalayana)
1/2", $59 each
Beautiful spider from the Northern India and Nepal regions. These have a multitude of color with legs being dark grey to black from tarsus to tibia, along with the femur. Patella, trocanter, coxa and prosoma are a bold beige color! After molting, a faint purple can be seen on femurs mostly, but does fade. Deep burrowers, these do web a lot. Husbandry seems to be similar to species in the genus Chilobrachys. Reaching 4"- 5" as adults, don't let these unique beauties slip away!
Gabonese Blue & Gold Dwarf


Gabonese Blue & Gold Dwarf (Heterothele gabonensis)
1/4", $49 each

Beautiful little micro-arboreal species from coastal West Africa! Blue legs with gold highlights on their carapace, and a spotted abdomen. Reaching just over 2" as adults, these have had some success being kept communal. These are limited, so don't wait too long!
Photo Courtesy of Anastasia Haroldsen.
Singapore Blue


Singapore Blue (Omothymus violaceopes)
1", $59 each

These giant arboreal beauties from Singapore, are very popular in the tarantula hobby. Deep cobalt blue, and very large reaching 9" in legspan. Secretive in nature, this species does best when allowed to burrow into deep substrate, plus given enough height for climbing. Very impressive spider!!
Panama Blonde


Panama Blonde (Psalmopoeus pulcher)
1", $49 each

Beautiful Panamanian arboreal species, P. pulcher has blonde colored setae covering legs and carapace. No urticating hairs on these new worlders, but fully make up their defense with attitude, so they are not good for handling. Reaching 5" as adults, these are true beauties! Limited supply, don't wait on these!

Featherleg Baboon



Featherleg Baboon (Stromatopelma calceatum)
1/2", $29 each
One of the very few African arboreals that are available in the hobby, these beauties are very agile arboreals that have a nice overall cryptic pattern of greys, golds, and blacks, with some reddish hairs visible. Have been known to have more than average potency to their venom, so caution is advised. Reaching 6"+ as adults! Don't pass em up!!

Price List Arranged in Alphabetical Order by Scientific Name

Acanthoscurria

Giant White Knee


Giant White Knee (Acanthoscurria geniculata)
1/2", $49 each

From the northern region of Santarem, Brazil, comes this fantastic terrestrial beauty! Dark, almost black, with red setae on the abdomen and thick white bands on each leg segment, but quite prominent on patella. Although they can be aggressive at times, many consider these gentle enough to handle, which adds to this spider's appeal. Reaches an 8" leg span as adults! Don't let them get away!!

Aphonopelma

Costa Rican Zebra


Costa Rican Zebra (Aphonopelma seemanni)
1/2", $20 each

Classic Costa Rican species that is quite rare as captive born offspring in the hobby! These are a real "looker", with white leg striping on a deep dark blue to grey background color. Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Bill Dewhirst!! Easy to keep, reaches 5"....Beautiful spider!

Costa Rican Zebra


Costa Rican Zebra (Aphonopelma seemanni)
1", $32 each

Classic Costa Rican species that is quite rare as captive born offspring in the hobby! These are a real "looker", with white leg striping on a deep dark blue to grey background color. Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Bill Dewhirst!! Easy to keep, reaches 5"....Beautiful spider!

Brachypelma

Mexican Fireleg


Mexican Fireleg (Brachypelma boehmei)
1/4", $49 each

This is one of my favorite Brachys, and although a bit more nervous than a few other popular Mexican species, they make up for that in color. Easy to keep and raise, sporadically available. Wonderful spider!

Mexican Redknee


Mexican Redknee (Brachypelma hamorii)
4", INMATURE MALE, $159 each

Hands down one of the most popular spiders in the hobby! Recently, name was changed from B. smithi to B. hamorii. B. smithi is now, what once was B. annitha. Confusing isn't it? These fantastically colored Mexican wonders have not only looks, but are quite docile and very easy to keep. But wait, that's not all....They have been known to have incredibly long lifespans, with records in excess of 25 years! However, they, like many other Mexican multi-colored beauties, do have urticating hairs that many find irritating to skin. I've always found them well worth the "itch"! Reach 6" as adults. 4 **** on these!

Cyclosternum

Peruvian Peach Collared


Peruvian Peach Collared (Cyclosternum sp. "Machala")
4", FEMALE, $249 each

Super rare in the hobby, this beautiful Peruvian species is an overall black, as adults, with a peach-colored ring around the carapace! Slender in build, reaching 4" - 5" as adults! Limited supply! Don't let these rare beauties get away!

Cyriopagopus

Cobalt Blue

Cobalt Blue (Cyriopagopus lividus)
3/4", $45 each

This iconic blue legged beauty inhabits the tropical rain forests of southeast Asia, and in natural sunlight, they have some of the deepest dark blue coloration of almost any tarantula. Formerly Haplopelma lividum, C. lividus are deep burrowers, so deep substrate is a must with this species. Very defensive, and like most Asian terrestrials, these will bite! Reaching 6" as adults! Limited supply, Don't let these blue beasts get away!!!

Davus

Guatemalam Tigerump


Guatemalam Tigerump (Davus pentaloris)
1/2", $39 each
Such a beautiful tarantula, native to Mexico and Guatemala, D.pentaloris was once sold as D. fasciatus. Black legs, pumkin orange carapace with red "tiger" type barring on abdomen! Nervous, but not overly defensive, D. pentaloris is a small to medium size tarantula reaching 4" as adults on average. Get these while we got em!

Grammostola

G.pulchripes


Chaco Golden Knee (Grammostola pulchripes)
1/2", $39 each
Fantastic species from Paraguay! These are big and beautiful! Golden patella striping is their trademark, but also is their sweet disposition. A staple in the hobby, one of the best beginner species, very hardy! Reaching 7"+ as adults! Don't let them get away!

Hapalopus

Colombian Pumpkin Patch


Colombian Pumpkin Patch (Hapalopus sp. "Pumkin Patch")
1/4", $39 each

Such a beautiful little Colombian species, Colombian Pumpkin Patch "large", are gold, orange and black, with an orange spotted abdomen! Babies are tiny, but grow quick! Reaching 4" as adults! Don't pass these colorful beauties up!!

Harpactira

Golden Blue Leg Baboon

Golden Blue Leg Baboon (Harpactira pulchripes)
1/2", $79 each

Absolutely stunning! This South African beauty is golden in overall color, with a "star burst" type abdomenal pattern, common in many Harpactirinae, with blue legs from patella to tarsus! Very popular species! Defensive and fast, reaching 4"+ as adults! Don't snooze on these!!

Heteroscodra

Ornamental Baboon


Ornamental Baboon (Heteroscodra maculata)
1/2", $39 each

Also known as the Togo Starburst Baboon, this fantastic African arboreal is quite secretive, but once out in the open, can be seen in all it's glory! Grey, white, and black coloration in a very cryptic pattern. defensive, reaching 5"-6"...unique species!

Hysterocrates

Cameroon Red Baboon


Cameroon Red Baboon (Hysterocrates gigas)
1"+, $49 each

Beautiful West African baboon spider! Hysterocrates gigas is a large terrestrial that can vary in color from a rustic reddish color to an overall dark brown. Deep burrowers, these like deep moist substrate. Great feeders reaching 7" as adults! Very cool spider!!

Kochiana

Brazilian Dwarf Pinkleg

Brazilian Dwarf Pinkleg (Kochiana brunnipes)
1/2", $35 each
This beautiful little rainforest species is quite rare in the U.S. hobby, and represents the only species in the genus Kochiana. As young, they have brilliant pink legs from tarsus to patella, with dark almost black femurs, carapace and abdomen. A heart shaped mirror patch is also present on the abdomen. Color fades some as adults, but still has a pale pinkish look to the legs. Being that this is a dwarf species, babies start out quite small at only 1/8", but are quite hardy, and will take fruit flies, small mealworms, and newborn crickets. These will scavenge feed, so they will accept slightly larger baby crickets that are pre killed. Reaching 3"+ as adults, if you like colorful drawf species, you'll like these!

Lasiodora

Brazilian Salmon


Brazilian Salmon (Lasiodora parahybana)
1/4", $20 each

Huge monstrous terrestrial that rivals T. blondi in size, but much more affordable. Heavy bodies, black to grayish in color with pink-tipped hairs, these awesome spiders are very undemanding in husbandry being so very easy to keep. Reaching up to 10" in legspan! Don't miss out on these "Big,uns"!

Lasiodorides

Peruvian Giant Blonde


Peruvian Giant Blonde (Lasiodorides polycuspulatus)
1/4", $59 each

Large and beautiful, these awesome Peruvian species have a greenish - gold coloration on the carapace, with dark femurs, and slight leg striping! As adults, the coloration to their legs change to a lighter coloration from the pattella to tarsus! Not often available in the hobby, these reach 6"-7" as adults! Don't let these crawl away!

Peruvian Orange Stripe


Peruvian Orange Stripe (Lasiodorides striatus)
1/2", $79 each

Beautiful and rare, this Peruvian has an overall dark coloration with bold orangish leg striping! Similar in some aspects to L. polycuspulatus, (Peruvian Giant Blonde), yet much darker and more defined on the leg striping! Reaching 6"-7" as adults! Don't let these crawl away!

Nhandu

V. cristatus


Brazilian Red and White (Nhandu chromatus)
1", $49 each
This awesome Brazilian is one of the most beautiful tarantula species! Black legs, with "skeleton" type striping, a light colored carapace, and bright red hairs on the abdomen! Very nice looking, but very defensive, and will readily flick urticating setae. Reaching 5"-6".

Orphnaecus

Orphnaecus philippinus


Filipino Orange (Orphnaecus philippinus)
1"+, $59 each

This fantastic and rare species from the Philippines, has a beautiful light orange coloration overall. Slender build, streamline and leggy they like to dig, so this species needs deep substrate for burrowing. Recently moved from the genus Selenobrachys. Reaching 5" - 6" as adults. Be sure to read our article on breeding this fantastic spider in E & A's Invertebrates Magazine!!Don't pass them up!

Marinduque Purple


Marinduque Purple (Orphnaecus sp. "Marinduque Purple")
1/2", $49 each, First U.S. Hatching!!

This fantastic looking Philippine species is fairly new to the hobby, and was first produced in the U.S. by Fear Not Tarantulas! Overall a faint purple hue covers this wonderful arachnid, but if you love the genus Orphnaecus, you can definitely appreciate the variations of these beautiful spiders! Keep semi-moist, don't let these awesome Asians slip away!!

Phormingochilus

Javan Peach Earth Tiger


Javan Peach Earth Tiger (Phormingochilus sp."rufus")
3/4", $49 each

Fairly new to the hobby, this beautiful Asian arboreal species has tones of red and peach colors overall, with cheveron markings on the abdomen. Similar in behavior to species in the genus Lampropelma, keep these like most asian arboreals with ample height, and deep moist substrate. Reaching 5" as adults! Don't pass on these awesome arboreals!!
Photo Courtesy of Tom Patterson

Psalmopoeus

Trinidad Cheveron


Trinidad Cheveron (Psalmopoeus cambridgei)
1"+, $39 each

These Trinidad beauties are a smooth moss green as adults, with orange "lightning Bolts" on the metatarsus, and tarsus, also with nice cheveron markings on the abdomen. Defensive in nature, like most Psalmopoeus. Can reach 7", Underrated in the hobby, these are such a good looking spider!!
Venezuelan Suntiger

Venezuelan Suntiger (Psalmopoeus irminia)
3/4", $32 each

Fantastic arboreal! These jet black "Tree Panthers", are one of the most desirable tarantulas in the hobby! With strikeing bright orange "Lightening Bolts", on their metatarsus, and also a patch on their tarsus. No urticating hairs on these new worlders, but fully make up their defense with attitude, so they are not good for handling. Reaching 5"-6" as adults, these are true beauties! Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Brian Lemmon!! Limited supply, don't wait on these!
Venezuelan Suntiger

Venezuelan Suntiger (Psalmopoeus irminia)
5 X 1/2", $99 each

Fantastic arboreal! These jet black "Tree Panthers", are one of the most desirable tarantulas in the hobby! With strikeing bright orange "Lightening Bolts", on their metatarsus, and also a patch on their tarsus. No urticating hairs on these new worlders, but fully make up their defense with attitude, so they are not good for handling. Reaching 5"-6" as adults, these are true beauties! Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Brian Lemmon!! Limited supply, don't wait on these!

Pterinopelma

Brazilian Blue


Brazilian Blue (Pterinopelma sazimai)
1/4", $49 each

This fantastic looking Brazilian species is starting to become more available in U.S. collections. Deep dark blue overall with deep cherry red abdomenal setae. Similar in some aspects to C. cyaneopubescens (Greenbottle Blue), as far as the blue coloration, yet P. sazimai are not as nervous. Reaching 4"-5" in legspan, these are limited, so get them while you can!
Photo Courtesy of Anastasia Haroldsen.

Theraphosinae

Piura Green Birdeater


Piura Green Birdeater (Theraphosinae sp."Piura")
1/2", $49 each

From Piura, Peru, the oldest Spanish city in South America, comes a fantastic species! Shimmering green coloration covers the overall carapace and legs, with thin leg striping! This species is very similar looking to Thrixopelma pruriens, yet T. pruriens is located in Chile! Reaching 5" as adults, Get them before they're gone!

Thrixopelma

Peruvian Blue Dwarf


Cajamarca Orange (Thrixopelma sp. "Cajamarca")
1/2", $89 each

What a Beauty! This rare Peruvian species is an overall grey, with thin leg striping, and orangish setae on the abdomen! This is the first time we have had this species available, so don't pass up on these awesome dwarf species!

Tliltocatl

Nicaraguan Curly Hair


Nicaraguan Curlyhair (Tliltocatl albopilosum "Nicaragua")
1/4", $20 each
These beauitiful spiders from Nicaragua, are robust and curly! Not to be confused with the Honduran Curlyhair's, which are north of Nicaragua. Like it's common name suggests, these have extremely fuzzy golden brown setae covering the legs, making this spider appear bulky. Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Joe Rossi! Reaching 5"-6" as adults!! A true hobby icon!

Honduran Curly Hair


Honduran Curlyhair (Tliltocatl albopilosum)
1/4", $15 each
Recently moved from the genus Brachypelma, Honduran Curlyhair's are a great pet species, and like it's common name suggests, these have extremely fuzzy golden brown setae covering the legs, making this spider appear bulky. Reaching 5"-6" as adults!! A true hobby icon!

Veracruz Redrump


Veracruz Redrump (Tliltocatl kahlenbergi)
1", $49 each
This beautiful Mexican species was first recognizes as a separate species by Herwig Kahlenberg of Germany. Recently (2019) moved from the genus Brachypelma, to Tliltocatl. This species from Veracruz, Mexico has black legs, abdomenal coloration is reddish orange, with a dark to lighter, almost greenish colored carapace. Reaching 5" as adults, easy to keep, don't let these awesome spiders slip away!!

Mexican Redrump


Mexican Redrump (Tliltocatl vagans)
1/4", $20 each

This staple Mexican species has been around for ages, but is still very popular and beautiful! Overall black with bright red abdominal setae! Often underated because of its availability, these are sure sweet! Reaching 6" and stocky! These are all around a great spider!!

Mexican Rose Grey


Mexican Rose Grey (Tliltocatl verdezi)
1", $49 each
Recently (2019) moved from the genus Brachypelma, to Tliltocatl. This species from Southern Guerrero, Mexico, has black legs, dark abdomenal setae, and a tan to golden colored carapace with a "V" shaped marking covering the eye cluster in adults. Reaching 5" as adults, easy to keep, don't let these awesome spiders slip away!!
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