23 Nov

Announcing Santa’s Little Helpers

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
Have you been a good girl or boy? Or know one? Then good news – it is our end-of-year sale where you get to choose between 4 spiders or a cart discount of 5%.

Be more creative this year than soap and a rope, socks or ties !!! Get something your person would get excited about. Tarantulas are unique and easy to look after –  far more interesting than a DVD. Kids and adults love seeing their new pet tarantula grow into a giant fluffy!
Here are the T&C’s:

1. Please write in the note section when checking out which coupon you’d like.
Coupon 1: FREE 1.5cm Mexican True red leg
Coupon 2: FREE 2cm Mexican red rump
Coupon 3: FREE 2cm Red and White Bird eater
Coupon 4: FREE 2cm Chaco golden knee
Coupon 5: 5% Discount

2. You have to have at least two tarantulas or one starter kit in your cart in order to use this coupon.

We have fantastic starter kits that makes the gift just so much more exciting…

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 the bigger spider (juvenile) starter kit (Click here)

Consider the following slings to add to your collection:

Poecilotheria Metallica- Gooty Sapphire Ornamental, 3cm (Click here)

Poecilotheria-metallica. This 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..

Avicularia versicolor – Antilles Pinktoe, 1.5cm (Click here)
Look at those Christmas colours!

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.

Eupalaestrus Campestratus- Pink Zebra Beauty (Click here)
WAS 220 NOW 180
Pink hanging out in studio

Pink hanging out in Cliff central studio

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.

Cyriopagopus albostriatum- Thai zebra (Click here)
WAS R400 NOW R280

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 defenses are biting and fleeing. This tarantula is known to have venom that is more potent than that of many tarantula species.

We have 2 Hati Hati slings left (Click here)
WAS R350 NOW R300

c hati hati 2c hati hati 3The 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 arboreal and are extremely fast. So for all the elite collectors. Here is one for you.










Monocentropus balfouri – Socotra Island Blue Baboon,  2 LEFT.
Was R420 Now R380 (Click here)

Processed by: Helicon Filter;

Pamphobeteus machala- Purple bloom Tarantula, 3-4cm, 5 LEFT
WAS R550 NOW 450. (Click here)

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Brachypelma boehmei (Mexican Fire Leg)
5cm in full colours already.
They are stunning colourful tarantulas
WAS R300 NOW R250 (Click here)
Brachypelma smithi (Mexican Red Knee)
4cm colours are showing
WAS R350 NOW R250
(Click here)


Psalmopoeus reduncus – Orange mouth tree spider (Click here)
P-reduncus2female17cm R250

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.


Large Roaches. Click here
Medium 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

lobster roaches

PEAT: R 30 1.5kg  (Click here)

Our peat is A grade and Imported from Sri Lanka


Stainless steel Feeding tongs 30cm / Tweezers. (Click here)


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

Email us at: rozanne.schnetler@gmail.com