01 Sep

SPRING Specials

FOR THOSE THAT CANNOT BE AT THE EXPO NEXT THUS SATURDAY. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO BUY TARANTULAS AT EXPO PRICES:

Avicularia avicularia- Pinktoe tarantula. 2/3cm. SOLD OUT
Was R180 Now R150 CLICK HERE

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Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli – Wessel’s Tiger Ornamental, 3cm, 1 LEFT.
Was R250 Now R220 CLICK HERE

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Poecilotheria Fasciata- Sri Lankan Ornamental, 3cm, 2 LEFT SOLD OUT.
Was R200 Now R120. CLICK HERE

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Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens- Green Bottle Blue, 2cm. 5 LEFT  1 LEFT
Was R250 Now R200. CLICK HERE

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Monocentropus balfouri – Socotra Island Blue Baboon, 3cm, 3 LEFT.
Was R420 Now R380 CLICK HERE

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Chilobrachys fimbriatus- Indian Violet, 2cm, 1 LEFT.
Was 220 Now 180. CLICK HERE

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Thrixopelma ockerti – Peruvian Flame Rump. 3cm, 4 LEFT.
Was R150 Now R120. CLICK HERE

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Hapalopus Formosus- Pumpkin Patch. 1cm.
Was 120 Now 80. CLICK HERE

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Lampropelma violaceopes- Singapore blue 4/5cm 5 LEFT
Was R320 Now 250 CLICK HERE

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Poecilotheria Metalica- Gooty Sapphire Ornamental. 3cm
Was R450 Now R400 CLICK HERE

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11 Aug

Gooty Saphire – P. Metallica is back (with friends)

The Gooty (Poecilotheria Metallica) slings are now 4th instar and ready to go.

The first 5 slings are selling for R400 instead of R 450.

Click here

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ADULT TARANTULAS

Don’t want to wait ages for you spider to grow big?
We have a couple of colourful larger tarantulas ON SALE.

Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli- Wessel’s Tiger Ornamental. Was R900 Now R750 Click here

Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli Smith 2006, female, India

Brachypelma smithi – Mexican Red Knee. R100 off Click here

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Brachypelma boehmei – Mexican Fire Leg. R100 off Click here

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Brachypelma vagans- Mexican Red rump- R200 off Click here

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Red and White bird eater Breeding pair- Was R800 Now R680 Click here

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Nhandu tripepii- Brazilian Giant Blonde. R100 off Click here

GIANT BLONDE

FEEDERS

Large Roaches. Click here
Tiny Roaches. Click here
Lobster Roach Mix. Click here

We all know not all our spiders are the same size, therefore we mix the roach sizes a bit

30x Large
40x Medium
30x Small

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Meal worms Click here

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Super worms Click here

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02 Jul

TANKS SOO MANY TANKS

We have loads of new large to small preloved tanks for sale. Some of these tanks looks brand new. There are also 5 exo-terra tanks available. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle!

Prices range from R10-R70

20160628_075523-01These tanks needs to be collected from us in Westdene, JHB.
Note: The used tanks are not updated on the website so email us with the sizes you want or come visit us to see what we have.

EXO-TERRA 1: One available
45x45x90cm retails for R2100
Asking price R900
CLICK HERE

IMG-20160702-WA0003EXO-TERRA 2: Two available
45x30x30xcm retails for R1600
Asking price R500ea
CLICK HERE

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EXO-TERRA 3: One available
30x30x30cm retails for R1200
Asking price : R350
CLICK HERE

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14 Apr

Food did someone say food?

Want an awesome low maintenance pet. Get one of our tarantula starter kits. Click here

This kit includes the following:
-1x tarantula (choose one tarantula from the list below)
-1x small tank (70x70x70)
– live food
-1x peat small
-1x Gel
Choose any of the following tarantulas
– Golden red rump 1cm
– Chaco golden knee 2cm
– Mexican True Red Leg 1.5cm
-Chilean Rose 2cm

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We also have a new pink toe combo. Click here

1x Antilles pinktoe  (Avicularia versicolor) 1.5cm
1x Pinktoe tarantula (Avicularia avicularia) 1.5cm
1x Puerto Rican Pink Toe (Avicularia laeta) 1.5cm

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On special the following two weeks are the Lampropelma sp. “Borneo Black“. Click here

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Food did someone say food? Roaches are a very good source of food for your tarantula and various other exotic pets. We have made up a roach mix that consist of 100 roaches in total. It contains 30 small nymphs, 40 medium and 30 Large roaches so that you have various size roaches for you various size tarantulas. Click here

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So it is getting colder, it good to buy your heat pads now before it gets freezing cold. It is best to put your heat pad on the side of the tank so that your tarantula can regulate its own heat. Here we have heat pads for you to buy. Click here

 

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Heat pad – 200x350mm

For more tarantulas go to our website: blog.rozzerstarantulas.co.za/shop

Email us at: rozanne.schnetler@gmail.com

 

 

 

11 Mar

New Species on Rozzer’s Tarantulas

 

Pamphobeteus machala- Purple bloom Tarantula

Phormictopus cautus – light violet

Avicularia laeta – Puerto Rican Pink Toe

Avicularia versicolor – Antilles Pinktoe

Cyriocosmus elegans – Trinidad Dwarf Tigerump

Cyriocosmus perezmilesi – Bolivian Dwarf Beauty

Cyriocosmus sp Rio Nanay

Ephebopus rufescens – Burgundy Skeleton

Tapinauchenius Cupreus – Violet Tree Spider

Tapinauchenius sp. Colombia – Ghost Tree Spider

Orphnaecus sp “Marinduque purple” M Light Purple

Orphnaecus sp. ”cebu”- Philippine Brown

Orphnaecus sp. “Samar” – Samar Cave Tarantula

Nhandu tripepii (Brazilian Giant Blonde)

 

Monocentropus balfouri (Socotra Island Blue Baboon)

Cyriopagopus sp. Hati Hati

Lampropelma violaceopes- Singapore blue

Poecilotheria Metalica- Gooty Sapphire Ornamental

Ornithoctonus aureotibialis – Thailand Velvet

Aphonopelma seemani- Costa-Rican Zebra

 

Beginner Starter Kit

Chilobrachys fimbriatus- Indian Violet

Psalmopoeus irminia (Venezuelan suntiger)

Poecilotheria subfusca- Lowland- Ivory Ornamental

Orange Tree Spider- tapinauchenius gigas

Foil Heat Pads

Feeding tongs 30cm / Tweezers

 

FOR MORE SPECIES CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

 

09 Feb

Guess who’s Back?

THE HATI HATI IS BACK!!!

The Cyriopagopus sp. Hati Hati is a relativity new and rare addition to the hobby. They are not easy to get hold of but is a beautiful addition to any collection. Adults have an overall metallic blue/violet sheen to them and they grow very big. They are, however, aggressive and not for beginners. They are arboreal and are extremely fast. So for all the elite collectors. Here is one for you.

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We’ve got limited stock though. Interested in the Hati Hati? CLICK HERE

New online

Cyriopagopus albostriatum- Thai zebra

H_albostriatum1h_albostriatum5Cyriopagopus albostriatum, also known as the edible spider or Thai zebra tarantula, is a moderately large fossorial tarantula species from Thailand, Cambodia, and Malaysia (rainforest areas). This species’s name comes from the Latin Greek prefix albo, meaning white, and the Latin word striatus, meaning lines or striped. This species has white stripes going down each leg, and a white zig-zag pattern on its opisthosoma (abdomen). These patterns on a black background have earned it the common name “Thai zebra tarantula.” This tarantula is very skittish and defensive, although it can also be very aggressive. It is an Old World tarantula and, therefore, has no urticating hairs. So, its only H_albostriatum3defenses are biting and fleeing. This tarantula is known to have venom that is more potent than that of many tarantula species.

We managed to get hold of 5 slings so CLICK HERE is you are interested

 

 

Lampropelma nigerrimum- (Sangihe Black)

L. niggirium nigerrimum029.jpg~originalLampropelma nigerrimum is a medium sized uniform black arboreal tarantula from the subfamily Ornithoctoninae. Differing from the other Lampropelma species in having  short and robust legs and very dense femoral fringes, as well as an apparent lack of tiger pattern on the abdomen in adult females. All in all creating the appearance of a stout jet black fuzzy spider. Only known from one locality on the small Indonesian island Sangihe. Presumed extinct, but rediscovered in November 2007. It’s a WOW looking spider! CLICK HERE

 

Haplopelma minax- Thailand Big Black

0411_h_minax hminaxc This is an old world species. It’s definitely a good looking one indeed. This species doesn’t “brown-out” prior to its next molt and will keep the nice velvety-black appearance most of the year. H. minax doesn’t like to be under bright light or in the open. It’s a “secretive” tarantula that likes to stay in its burrow except for a few hours a night when it may come out to wait for prey to pass by its burrow. This is not a beginner’s species as they are nervous.

CLICK HERE for size and price.

 

 

 

 

NOT INTO OLD WORLD TARANTULAS?
We have a variety of friendly tarantulas as well:

Grammostola pulchripes (Chaco Golden Knee)

Brachypelma albiceps- Mexican golden red rump

Grammostola rosea- Chilean rose

Brachypelma emilia (Mexican True Red Leg)

Starter kits:

 

Beginner Starter Kit

Juvenile Starter kit

 

 

 

11 Jan

What is new at Rozzer’s Tarantulas in the New Year?

New at Rozzer’s Tarantulas

Eupalaestrus Campestratus- Pink Zebra Beauty (Click here)

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The Eupalaestrus Campestratus also commonly known as the Pink Zebra Beauty (PZB), is considered one of the most sought after tarantulasIn fact, it is ideal for a beginner hobbyist to start with. Originating from the Grasslands and savannahs of Paraguay, the Eupalaestrus Campestratus has a very distinctive look to them. One species of tarantula that have beginners often confused between the two is with the Chaco Golden Knee. Because of the natural habitat these tarantulas come from, they are more than used to harsh weather conditions, where there is heavy rain in the summer while almost non in the winter. Making these tarantulas a really hardy species. Most of you knows Pink our celebrity that always are at all the exotic expos. We can literally pet her belly. They are the most friendliest tarantulas you’d ever own.

Monocentropus balfouri- Socotra Island Blue Baboon (Click here)

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Monocentropus balfouri 002For an Old World tarantula, the Blue Baboon has a forgiving nature. They are more likely to beat a retreat than confront its opponent as an adult, but spiderlings and juveniles will stand their ground with a threat pose. This tarantula is a beautiful specie with blue legs from the tibia down. This tarantula will also build an extensive web tunnels in the enclosure. It is a sought after tarantula and has been voted the most beautiful tarantula in 2014. This is a must have baboon.

 

 

 

 

Heteroscodra maculata- Togo Starburst (Click here)

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The Togo Starburst Baboon is a fast arboreal species from West African found in Ghana, Togo and Cameroon. Quick and accurate, but generally very shy.  This baboon has a ghostly appearance with beautiful markings and is very secluded. They are unquestionably not a spider to handle, though they would much rather flee than bite. As these tarantulas are arboreal, they prefer climbing space to floor room.  However, younger ones may spend a fair amount of time on and in the ground.  They like to hide in nooks and crannies that afford them a vantage point to avoid predators and from which to surprise prey. These baboons are really stunning.

Lampropelma violaceopes- Singapore blue (Click here)

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In the wild, the Singapore blue tarantula (Lampropelma violaceopes) lives in the moist tropical rainforests of Singapore and Malaysia. This large tarantula grows quickly, reaching an adult leg span of between 20 to 25cm. The adult male is greenish, while the adult female acquires the blue or violet coloration for which the species is named. Singapore Blue for it’s beautiful blue to royal purple coloration and general location. They have tiger stripes on their abdomen and red hairs. They are large, and a highlight of anyone’s collection.

Lampropelma nigerrimum- Sangihe Black (Click here)

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Lampropelma nigerrimum is a medium sized uniform black arboreal tarantula from the subfamily Ornithoctoninae. Differing from the other Lampropelma species in having  short and robust legs and very dense femoral fringes, as well as an apparent lack of tiger pattern on the abdomen in adult females. All in all creating the appearance of a stout jet black fuzzy spider. Only known from one locality on the small indonesian island Sangihe. Presumed extinct, but rediscovered in november 2007. Its a WOW looking spider!

Chilobrachys fimbriatus- Indian Violet (Click here)

C_fimbriatus_AFChilobrachys fimbriatus, the Indian Violet is a striking species native to Karnataka and Maharashtra, India. Indian Violets have excellent webbing capabilities and will construct a spectacular home out of thick silk. They are considered to be the most beautiful of the Chilobrachys-genus.

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Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens- Green Bottle Blue (Click here)

gbbC cyaneopubescens 02The Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens also known as the Green bottle Blue (GBB), is a very colorful species of tarantula. Its vibrant and vivid colours such as the metallic blue legs and the orange abdomen makes it hard to miss.  Originating from very harsh and dry climate from the desert areas of northern Venezuela, Paraguana, it has developed a very hardy character. This hardy nature coupled with its striking colors makes it an ideal beginner tarantula. One thing to keep in mind is that these species of tarantulas can be a little skittish due to their nature and can be quite aggressive. Thus, only confident beginners who wont panic when these skittish spiders move should consider them as pets. When the GBB is in its natural habitat, they often times make webbings around the entrances of their enclosure, almost tunnel like. These webs serve as a form of protection against the harsh weathers and even serves as a form of trapping their prey in it.

Lasiodora Difficilis- Brazilian Fire Red Bird Eater (Click here)

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New Juveniles

Nhandu tripepii- Brazilian Giant Blonde (Click here)

GIANT BLONDE Nhandu tripepii (Brazilian Giant Blonde) are large, robust, attractive and hairy tarantula.  This are terrestrial species that can be found in the State of Para, Brazil. The Nhandu tripepii  formerly Vitalius vulpinus, was recently renamed to Nhandu tripepii. This is a shaggy blonde with rose tint haired tarantula. This T get to a very large stocky size. It is easy to care for and hardy. It’s a good display tarantula for it stays outside the hide most of the time.

Hysterocrates gigas- Cameroon Red Baboon (Click here)

CameroonThese are “baboon” spiders are old world tarantulas from central Africa. They love to dig great looking tunnels.  H. gigas may range from a rusty overall color to black (they are a beautiful black after a molt) and they have long, thickened rear legs. These think legs are used for digging and constructing the deep burrows. This is a unique species. It is truly a communal tarantula. They share the same burrow, eat their meals together, and seem to enjoy each other company. The H. gigas has also been known to be swimming and submerge in water. It is reported that they will catch fish from the water.

 

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06 Dec

End of year specials

FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER YOU CAN CHOOSE TO ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING COUPON’S:

  • Coupon 1- Trinidad chevron sling for free yearend1
  • Coupon 2- Mexican true red leg sling for free yearend2
  • Coupon 3- Brazilian Red and White Bird Eater 3cm for free yearend3
  • Coupon 4- Discount 5% yearend4To use the coupon remember to add the sling you want to your cart and use one of the corresponding coupon. If you use more than one then we’ll contact you to find out which one of the coupons you want to use. You have to have at least two items in your cart inorder to use this coupon.

Our last day of courier is the 21st of Dec so get your orders in before the cut off time.

Consider the following slings to add to your collection:

Poecilotheria Metallica- Gooty Sapphire Ornamental, 4cm (Click here)

Poecilotheria-metallica2This Pokie species is a striking royal blue. The leg undersides are a bright lemon yellow. It is reported that the venom from this tarantula is stronger than most tarantulas. Even though this tarantula is fairly docile, because of its potential speed and venom, this species is not recommended as a beginner tarantula.

Chilobrachys fimbriatus- Indian Violet, 1.5 (Click here)

C_fimbriatus_AFChilobrachys fimbriatus, The Indian Violet is a striking species native to Karnataka and Maharashtra, India. Indian Violets have excellent webbing capabilities and will construct a spectacular home out of thick silk. They are considered to be the most beautiful of the Chilobrachys-genus.

Avicularia versicolor – Antilles Pinktoe, 1.5cm (Click here)

a. versiThe Antilles Pink toe Tarantula has to be one of the most beautiful tarantula species in the world. When the spiderlings hatch out, they are a brilliant blue color, and by the time they reach adult coloration they become covered in metallic reds, greens, and purples. The photo above shows the adult coloration. It is a docile yet skittish species that can be quick to run if disturbed. This still does not eliminate it from the beginners’ category. These colorful tarantulas create strong webs in tree bark in the wild, and they will do the same in captivity if provided with branches or cork bark.

Avicularia avicularia (Pinktoe) 1.5cm (Click here)

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The Pinktoe Tarantula (Avicularia avicularia) is one of the most rewarding species of tarantula to keep in captivity. They are highly prized for their color and personality. This tree spider is a beautiful furry species that is dark black to metallic overall with deep violet to reddish hues to the abdomen and leg hairs. But its distinctive feature are the wonder pinkish tips on each foot, giving it the names “pinktoe” and “pink-toed” tarantula.

Iridopelma sp. Recife – Recife Beauty/ Ribbed Tree Spider 1.5cm (Click here)

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As spiderlings, these tarantulas undergo a beautiful colour phase, starting off as a blue/green metallic colour with a very prominent red stripe on the abdomen, when sub adult/adult they become a peachy rust colour. I recommend this species to have in your collection, they’re like avicularia with a bit of attitude. They are a hardy type of tree spider that are easy to care for.

Haplopelma lividum- Cobalt blue, 2.5cm: (Click here)

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The cobalt blue tarantula appears black to the naked eye. However, upon closer inspection or under the right light, its true bright blue color becomes stunningly apparent, shimmering with metallic iridescence.

Avicularia. Sp “Peru Purple”- Peru Purple Pink toe (Click here)

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A pretty species of tarantula from Northern Peru that has an overall purple colouration. The abdomen has thick setae hair which is pink to red in colouration. They are not very common and a gem to any collection. There are not many care sheets so just treat this one like you would a normal pink toe and it will grow happily.

Grammostola pulchra – Brazilian Black Tarantula, 2cm: (Click here)

G.pulcraIt’s not difficult to see where this impressive looking species of tarantula gets its common name – as adults they are jet black with a striking velvety appearance (immature spiders such as the spiderling shown below tend to be brown, taking on their adult colour after several molts). Combined with their striking looks, their impressive size and generally docile and tractable demeanor make them incredibly desirable to enthusiasts, and suitable for beginner tarantula keepers.

Brachypelma albiceps- Mexican golden red rump, 1cm: R100 (Click here)

b. aLBICEPS Another very pretty, large and colourful Brachypelma tarantula. The Mexican Golden Red Rump is generally docile and tends to sit out in full view, they therefore make a good display animal. The colours are bright and vibrant, the carapace is a light creamy colour, the body is black and the abdomen has long red hairs.

Psalmopoeus reduncus – Orange mouth tree spider (Click here)

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A very pretty Psalmopoeus species, it has a very shiny gold carapace and gold bands on the legs. But has a overall brown appearance. It reaches a adult size of around 12cm leg span.

Good deal slings

Psalmopoeus cambrigrei (Trinidad chevron) R 40 CLICK HERE
Stromatopelma calceatum (Feather leg baboon) R60 CLICK HERE
Brachypelma emilia (Mexican True Red Leg) R50 CLICK HERE
Nhandu carapoensis (Brazilian Red Tarantula) R50 CLICK HERE
Nhandu chromatus 3cm (Brazilian Red and White) R40 CLICK HERE
Cyclosternum fasciatum (Tiger rump) R50 CLICK HERE
Lasiodora parahybana (Salmon pink Birdeater) R60 CLICK HERE

The above lists are only some of the tarantulas that is on the website.
We have plenty more!!
(Shop now)

COMBOS !

Beauty collection combo

1x Antilles pinktoe  (Avicularia versicolor) 1.5cm
1x Pinktoe tarantula (Avicularia avicularia) 1.5cm
1x Iridopelma sp. Recife  (Recife Beauty/ Ribbed Tree Spider) 1.5cm

Fluffball combo

1x Antilles pinktoe  (Avicularia versicolor) 1.5cm
1x Pinktoe tarantula (Avicularia avicularia) 1.5cm

Pink toe combo

1x Antilles pinktoe  (Avicularia versicolor) 1.5cm
1x Pinktoe tarantula (Avicularia avicularia) 1.5cm
1x Peru Purple Pinktoe (Avicularia. Sp “Peru Purple”) 1.5cm

Mexican Burrito Combo

1x Mexican True Red Leg 1.5cm
1x Mexican Golden red rump 1cm
1x Mexican Fire leg 1.5cm
1x Mexican Red Rump 2cm

FEEDERS

Lobster Roach Mix. Click here

We all know not all our spiders are the same size, therefore we mix the roach sizes a bit

30x Large
40x Medium
30x Small

lobster roaches

Come have a look at our second hand tanks. They are all in good condition. (To be collected only)

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20 Nov

It’s so fluffy I can die!

****We have selected the Antilles pinktoe  (Avicularia versicolor) as our Christmas Tarantula. Look at those fitting colours.****

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The Antilles Pink toe Tarantula has to be one of the most beautiful tarantula species in the world. When the spiderlings hatch out, they are a brilliant blue color, and by the time they reach adult coloration they become covered in metallic reds, greens, and purples. The photo above shows the adult coloration. It is a docile yet skittish species that can be quick to run if disturbed. This still does not eliminate it from the beginners’ category. These colorful tarantulas create strong webs in tree bark in the wild, and they will do the same in captivity if provided with branches or cork bark.

We currently have them back in store.
Click here

MORE PINK TOES

Here is something you don’t see everyday Avicularia. Sp “Peru Purple”- Peru Purple Pink toe.

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A pretty species of tarantula from Northern Peru that has an overall purple colouration. The abdomen has thick setae hair which is pink to red in colouration. They are not very common and a gem to any collection. There are not many care sheets so just treat this one like you would a normal pink toe and it will grow happily.

We have them for sale in the store

 One can never get tired of the common Pink toe
(Avicularia avicularia)!

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 This is one of my favorite spiders. It looks like a fluffy spider that you’d hang from a sting to scare your friends! All that black fluffiness with those feet that look like they have stepped in orange or pink paint!

We have dropped this ones price
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NEW COMBOS !

Beauty collection combo

1x Antilles pinktoe  (Avicularia versicolor) 1.5cm
1x Pinktoe tarantula (Avicularia avicularia) 1.5cm
1x Iridopelma sp. Recife  (Recife Beauty/ Ribbed Tree Spider) 1.5cm

Fluffball combo

1x Antilles pinktoe  (Avicularia versicolor) 1.5cm
1x Pinktoe tarantula (Avicularia avicularia) 1.5cm

Pink toe combo

1x Antilles pinktoe  (Avicularia versicolor) 1.5cm
1x Pinktoe tarantula (Avicularia avicularia) 1.5cm
1x Peru Purple Pinktoe (Avicularia. Sp “Peru Purple”) 1.5cm

 

 Not into pink toes? We have loads more tarantulas for you in our store. Click here