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Tarantulas for sale

If you are scared of spiders, then look no further. This section is full of large and hairy Tarantulas. We offer a range of species from the Chile Rose to the beautiful Indian Ornamental.


Amazon Sapphire Pink Toe PhotoAvailable to Order

Amazon Sapphire Pink Toe
Avicularia diversipes

One of the prettiest Avicularia species to enter the hobby in recent years. Although smaller than others in the genus at 10-12cm legspan, they more than make up for their smaller size with their stunning looks.

Bahia Scarlet Birdeater PhotoAvailable to Order

Bahia Scarlet Birdeater
Lasiodora klugi

Very similar in size and structure to L. parahybana. The distinct difference is the scarlet red setae hair on the abdomen. These spiders are endemic to Brazil, but more specifically the Eastern costal state of Bahia which borders the Atlantic Ocean.

Black Emilia PhotoAvailable to Order

Black Emilia
Crypsidromus sp. Panama

A pretty dwarf species from Panama. They hold resemblance to Brachypelma emilia with their triangular carapace pattern which seems to have led to their current common name.

Black Satan Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Black Satan Tarantula
Chilobrachys sp."Black Satan"

This is a new species to the hobby (2014) that were originally collected from Nepal and are thought to be a Chilobrachys species. They have a jet black appearance and a typical fiery temperament which has given them the name "Black Satan".

Blue Velvet Pink Toe PhotoAvailable to Order

Blue Velvet Pink Toe
Avicularia sp."Blue Velvet"

A pink toe species from Brazil believed to be from the Avicularia avicularia complex. These have a deep blue overall colouration with red setae hair on the abdomen.

Brazilian Black Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Brazilian Black Tarantula
Grammostola pulchra

The Brazilian Black Tarantula is a docile species, making them ideal for beginners. They are jet black and grow to an impressive size of up to 18cm.

Chile Flame Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Chile Flame Tarantula
Euathlus sp. Red

The Chile Flame Tarantula is small species reaching a legspan of approx 10cm when fully grown. This is a slow growing species and very docile, ideal for beginners.

Chile Rose Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Chile Rose Tarantula
Grammostola porteri

The perfect starter spider, can't be many better out there! Like most Chile species it is a calm and a very easy to look after spider.

Costa Rican Orange Mouth Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Costa Rican Orange Mouth Tarantula
Psalmopoeus reduncus

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 legspan.

Curly Hair Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Curly Hair Tarantula
Brachyplema albopilosum

The Curly Hair Tarantula is ideal for the novice keeper. Easily available, cheap and easy to care for makes them a great chose for a beginner.

Dark Earth Tiger PhotoAvailable to Order

Dark Earth Tiger
Chilobrachys sp. kaeng krachan

A huge dark coloured Chilobrachys species that can reach sizes of 15-17cm legspan. These spiders are quite reclusive and if kept properly in a fossorial setup they will seldom be seen.

Eastern Horned Baboon PhotoAvailable to Order

Eastern Horned Baboon
Ceratogyrus darlingi

These are a heavy webbing species that make interesting display animals. They have a backwards curved horn that distinguishes it from other Ceratogyrus species.

Ebony Earth Tiger PhotoAvailable to Order

Ebony Earth Tiger
Selenocosmia sp. Ebony

A medium sized Asian fossorial spider that is pure black but with a silky appearance. It originates from the Indonesian side of Borneo.

Gabon Blue Dwarf Baboon PhotoAvailable to Order

Gabon Blue Dwarf Baboon
Heterothele gabonensis

A communal species; much like the more commonly available Heterothele villosella. These spiders commonly share webs and burrows with their counterparts. They have a stunning purplish sheen and fine spotting on the abdomen.

Giant Whiteknee Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Giant Whiteknee Tarantula
Acanthoscurria geniculata

The Giant Whiteknee Tarantula is a fast growing species that can have a leg span of 8.5 inches. The body and legs are dark with striking white bands along the leg joints, giving them their common name.

Golden Baboon PhotoAvailable to Order

Golden Baboon
Augacephalus ezendami

One of the rarer baboon species in the hobby. These spiders are mainly found around Mozambique.

Greater Horned Baboon PhotoAvailable to Order

Greater Horned Baboon
Ceratogyrus brachycephalus

The Greater Horned Baboon comes from Southern Africa in Botswana and Zimbabwe. This spider reaches up to 12cm in legspan and is known for its forward facing horn.

Guyana Pink Toe Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Guyana Pink Toe Tarantula
Avicularia sp. Guyana

The Guyana Pink-toe Tarantula is a medium sized tarantula with pink tips on the end of it's legs, like toes.

Indian Oranamental Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Indian Oranamental Tarantula
Poecilotheria regalis

Indian Oranamental Tarantulas are fast and can be very aggressive.

Java Earth Tiger PhotoAvailable to Order

Java Earth Tiger
Selenocosmia javanensis

These are a brown to black fossorial species of tarantula from Indonesia. These are aggressive and not suitable for beginners.

Kobal Spien Earthtiger PhotoAvailable to Order

Kobal Spien Earthtiger
Chilobrachys sp. Kobal Spien

A new Chilobrachys species to enter the hobby (2014). These spiders originate from Kobal Spien (Cambodia) an area known for its sculptures dug into the cliffs of its river bed.

Martinique Pink Toe Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Martinique Pink Toe Tarantula
Avicularia versicolor

What can we say about this species... They are stunning! Turning from a gorgeous bright blue spiderling right through to stunning multi coloured adults.

Mexican Fireleg Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Mexican Fireleg Tarantula
Brachypelma bohemi

Brachypelma bohemi are closely related to the more famous Mexican Red Knee. However these spiders have a very dramatic black and orange colouration and can be quite defensive often flicking their urticating hair when disturbed.

Mexican Flame Knee Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Mexican Flame Knee Tarantula
Brachypelma auratum

This species used to be thought of as a 'Highland Form' of Brachypelma smithi due to the close similarities albeit being darker in appearance. In 1992 it was described by Dr Gunter Schmidt as its own species.

Mexican Red Rump Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Mexican Red Rump Tarantula
Brachypelma vagans

The Mexican Red Rump Tarantula gets its name from the red hairs present on the abdomen. They can be found in moist areas of Mexico.

Orange Starburst Baboon PhotoAvailable to Order

Orange Starburst Baboon
Pterinochilus murinus

The Orange Starburst Baboon is an aggressive species from parts of Africa, most are collected from Tanzania.

Salmon Pink Birdeater PhotoAvailable to Order

Salmon Pink Birdeater
Lasiodora parahybana

This extremely large tarantula is a must for any collection. The Salmon Pink Birdeater grows at a fast rate, reaching sizes of 7.5 - 10 inches. They don't spin large webs, or burrow much, so make great display tarantulas.

Skeleton Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Skeleton Tarantula
Ephebopus murinus

These spiders are truly amazing. They have some very unusual characteristics for a terrestrial spider such as very long front legs and they actually kick hairs from their pedipalps.

Straight Horned Baboon PhotoAvailable to Order

Straight Horned Baboon
Ceratogyrus marshalli

A fossorial species from Zimbabwe and Mozambique. C. marshalli features the biggest horn of its genus.

Stripe Knee Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Stripe Knee Tarantula
Aphonopelma seemanni

Formerly one of the most popular pet spider spiders in the hobby. These spiders are found throughout Central America and come in varying forms depending on their locality.

Thailand Black Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Thailand Black Tarantula
Haplopelma minax

This species is super aggressive and extremely fast moving. They are medium in size and have a overall black velvet appearance. These spiders require experience and are not suitable for beginners.

Thailand Golden Fringe PhotoAvailable to Order

Thailand Golden Fringe
Ornithoctonus aureotibialis

Ornithoctonus aureotibialis described by Von Wirth & Striffler, 2005. Is a fairly new addition to the tarantula hobby. These spiders have golden hairs across their abdomen, underneath their legs and around the fringe of the carapace.

Togo Starburst Baboon PhotoAvailable to Order

Togo Starburst Baboon
Heteroscodra maculata

The Togo Starburst Baboon is a fast arboreal species from West African found in Ghana, Togo and Cameroon. They reach an adult leg span of 4 to 5 inches.

Trinidad Chevron Tarantula PhotoAvailable to Order

Trinidad Chevron Tarantula
Psalmopoeus cambridgei

The Trinidad Chevron Tarantula is a fast growing species reaching a leg span of six inches. They are arboreal spinning a web within loose tree bark or plants.

Trinidad Dwarf PhotoAvailable to Order

Trinidad Dwarf
Cyriocosmus elegans

Cyriocosmus elegans is a fast growing fossorial species which can reach maturity in as little as a year and grows no larger than 5-6cm legspan. It can be found in Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago.

Venezuelan Suntiger PhotoAvailable to Order

Venezuelan Suntiger
Psalmopoeus irminia

This is a beautiful arboreal species of Tarantula, with vivid orange patterns over its abdomen, metatarsus and tarsus parts of their legs.

White Striped Birdeater PhotoAvailable to Order

White Striped Birdeater
Nhandu chromatus

The White Striped Birdeater is a large terrestrial species reaching a leg span of 15 to 17cm. They are native to rainforests and savannahs of Brazil and Paraguay.

Asian Smokey Earth Tiger PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Asian Smokey Earth Tiger
Chilobrachys cf. Dyscolus

This is a Thai species bought into the hobby as Chilobrachys dyscolus, though this identification may not be accurate. These are big black and nasty species of tarantula with thick front legs.

Blue Fang Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Blue Fang Tarantula
Ephebopus cyanognathus

A good looking spider from the French Guiana reaching legspans of around 10cm. These are a obligate burrower that need a depth of substrate to thrive. Their common name derives from their bright blue chelicerae.

Blue Panay Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Blue Panay Tarantula
Orphnaecus sp."Blue Panay"

A beautiful and fast growing species of tarantula from the Philippines, which reaches legspans of 7-10cm.

Boquete Birdeater PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Boquete Birdeater
Sericopelma sp. Boquette

A huge birdeating species from the Panama with red setae hair all over its abdomen. They have similarities to species from the Megaphobema genus but appear to have a more nervous disposition.

Borneo Black Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Borneo Black Tarantula
Lampropelma sp. Borneo Black

The Borneo Black is a large Asian arboreal tarantula from the subfamily Ornithoctoninae.

Borneo Orange-Fringed Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Borneo Orange-Fringed Tarantula
Ornithoctoninae sp. borneo

The Borneo Orange-Fringed Tarantula is a large black fossorial species reaching legspans of up to 20cm. It has a distinctive orange fringe of setae hair around the carapace.

Brazilian Pink Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Brazilian Pink Tarantula
Pamphobeteus platyomma

Big birdeating spider from South America, can easily reach sizes of 8 inches. The males of the species are especially stunning when they reach maturity.

Brazilian Red Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Brazilian Red Tarantula
Nhandu carapoensis

These terrestrial spiders have long red setae hair all over their body. They reach a good size of up to 15cm in legspan. They do have a slightly nervous disposition so are best suited to someone with previous Tarantula experience.

Burgundy Goliath Birdeater PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Burgundy Goliath Birdeater
Theraphosa stirmi

With a leg span of over 11 inches, the Goliath Birdeater is classed as one of the largest Tarantulas in the world. These are an aggressive species, so experience is required!

Cambodian Earth Tiger PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Cambodian Earth Tiger
Haplopelma sp. "Angkor Wat"

This is a Haplopelma species from Cambodia which look very similar to the Haplopelma longipes. But they have been seperated with the name Angkor Wat until more work has been done on the genus.

Chaco Golden Knee Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chaco Golden Knee Tarantula
Grammostola pulchripes

A large form of Tarantula reaching sizes of up to 8 inches or more, they have a docile nature and make ideal first pets. They have long light coloured hairs all over its body and beautiful gold stripes on the legs especially near the knees.

Chile Bronze Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chile Bronze Tarantula
Paraphysa sp. North

Small species of Tarantula, with a bronze overall colouration and a little tuft of orange hair on the abdomen. Docile, calm species and another alternative for beginners in the hobby.

Chile Gold Burst Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chile Gold Burst Tarantula
Paraphysa parvula

The Chile Gold Burst Tarantula is a docile species and has a medium to fast growth rate.

Chile Green Velvet Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chile Green Velvet Tarantula
Thrixopelma sp. Chile

A fairly large growing Chile species that has red setae hairs on it's abdomen with a overall green appearance and nicely striped legs. They are like most other Chile species they are not aggressive and they are easy to maintain.

Chile Pink Burst Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chile Pink Burst Tarantula
Paraphysa scrofa

Beautiful little Tarantula that looks like it has pink highlights all over it, very docile. Good alternative for a first Tarantula.

Chile Red Rose Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chile Red Rose Tarantula
Grammostola rosea

Ideal first Tarantula, the Red Chile Rose is a great starter species. We would recommend one of the Chilean species to anybody who is looking to buy their first spider.

Chile Red Zebra Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chile Red Zebra Tarantula
Grammostola sp. Concepicon

The Red Zebra like most Chile species are very docile and make a ideal starter species. They get a similar size to a Chile Rose but differ in colour. They have a more orange than red appearance and have nice white stripes on the legs.

Chile Tiger Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chile Tiger Tarantula
Paraphysa sp. Tiger

Another nice Chile dwarf Tarantula, it has nice cream coloured Tiger stripes on the abdomen. Calm species, great for beginners to the hobby.

Chilean Copper Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chilean Copper Tarantula
Paraphysa manicata

The Chilean Copper Tarantula or Dwarf Chile Tarantula is a small species.

Cobalt Blue Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Cobalt Blue Tarantula
Haplopelma lividum

For the experienced tarantula keepers, this is a must for your collection. Although the Cobalt Blue Tarantula is aggressive and nervous, the adult colour makes it worth while.

Costa Rican Tiger Rump Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Costa Rican Tiger Rump Tarantula
Cyclosternum fasciatum

The Costa Rican Tiger-Rump Tarantula from Central America.

Desert Blonde Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Desert Blonde Tarantula
Aphonopelma chalcodes

A pretty and chunky Aphonopelma species that is overall blonde with a brown abdomen covered in reddish setae hairs. These are a desert species from Arizona and are extremely easy to care for.

Dwarf Chestnut PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Dwarf Chestnut
Heterothele villosella

Heterothele villosella is a small, fast growing, communal species from Tanzania, East Africa. They reach sizes of approximately 5-6cm as adult. They are prolific webbers and make great display species.

Emerald Skeleton Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Emerald Skeleton Tarantula
Ephebopus uatuman

These spiders have a khaki type appearance with a emerald green hue to their carapace and the abdomen. They reach approximately 10cm legspan.

Feather Leg Baboon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Feather Leg Baboon
Stromatopelma calceatum

This spider lives high in the canopy tops of tropical forests in West Africa. It is known for being extremely aggressive and should only be kept by people who have lots of experience dealing with other arboreal species of tarantula.

Fort Hall Baboon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Fort Hall Baboon
Pterinochilus lugardi

The Fort Hall Baboon is also known as the Dodoma Baboon. They are an aggressive species found within Africa, many are collected from around Tanzania.

Fringed Ornamental PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Fringed Ornamental
Poecilotheria ornata

These spiders are one of the biggest of all the Poecilotheria genus, they can reach up to a massive 25cm legspan. They are a very easy to keep species but not suitable for beginners.

Giant Green Pink Toe PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Giant Green Pink Toe
Avicularia sp. Kwitara

This is large species of pink toe reaching up a massive 17cm legspan. They can be found in the jungles along the Kwitara river near the Brazilian border. They have an overall metallic green colour with long white hairs.

Gooty Ornamental PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Gooty Ornamental
Poecilotheria metallica

Possibly the ultimate pet tarantula, you won't find many more stunningly beautiful than the Gooty. With it's bright blue colouration and arboreal features it really is a showpiece in any collection.

Green Bottle Blue Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green Bottle Blue Tarantula
Chromatopelma cyanopubescens

The Venezuelan Green Bottle Blue Tarantula is a nice attractive species with blue legs, green carapace and orange abdomen. Definitely one for the collection!

Haitan Brown Birdeater Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Haitan Brown Birdeater Tarantula
Phormictopus cancerides

Haitan Brown Birdeater Tarantulas are from North to Central America.

Ivory Ornamental Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Ivory Ornamental Tarantula
Poecilotheria subfusca

The Ivory Ornamental Tarantula is a stunning arboreal species found in Sri Lanka.

Kilimanjaro Mustard Baboon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Kilimanjaro Mustard Baboon
Pterinochilus chordatus

The Kilimanjaro Mustard Baboon can be found in hot dry scrublands of Eastern Africa. This is an aggressive species and should be kept by experienced keepers only.

King Baboon Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

King Baboon Tarantula
Pelinobius muticus

The King Baboon Tarantula is a large and very aggressive spider, it is one of Africas biggest. It is a must for any serious Tarantula collector!

Malaysian Earth Tiger PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Malaysian Earth Tiger
Cyriopagopus schioedtei

These are a large, colourful and aggressive tarantula. They live primarily in lowland and monsoon forest where they live in hollow trees high above the ground.

Malvern Starburst Baboon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Malvern Starburst Baboon
Harpactira curator

Harpactira curator is indigenous to South Africa. It was discovered by Pocock in 1898.

Mexican Pink Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mexican Pink Tarantula
Brachypelma klaasi

Mexican Pink Tarantulas are found in Mexico.

Mexican Red Knee Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mexican Red Knee Tarantula
Brachypelma smithi

The classic pet tarantula and arguably the most recognisable spider in the world. A great species for beginners and a must for any collection.

Mexican Red Leg PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mexican Red Leg
Brachypelma emilia

A spider that reaches around 12-15cm from Mexico and Panama. Very calm and docile species like most other Brachypelma and a great alternative to the more famous Mexican red knee.

New Mexican Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

New Mexican Tarantula
Brachypelma kahlenbergi

A new species of Brachypelma from Veracruz , Mexico, Brachypelma kahlenbergi. They are almost entirely black with red, orange setae on the dorsal face of the opisthosoma.

New River Rust Rump Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

New River Rust Rump Tarantula
Aphonopelma sp. New River

Another North American Aphonopelma species that has currently not been described. They have a overall fluffy apperance, blonde in colour and black femurs. They have long red setae hair on the abdomen. They are a docile species.

Oklahoma Brown Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Oklahoma Brown Tarantula
Aphonopelma hentzi

One of our personal favourites from North America, these are fantastic looking spiders from North America which have dark legs, light coloured carapace and red setae hairs on their abdomen.

Orange Tree Spider PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Orange Tree Spider
Tapinauchenius gigas

These spiders are native to French Guiana and are well known for their speedy and aggressive behaviour.

Panama Blonde PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Panama Blonde
Psalmopoeus pulcher

Not as often seen and arguably the nicest looking species of the Psalmopoeus genus.

Peruvian Dwarf Black & White Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Peruvian Dwarf Black & White Tarantula
Cyriocosmus ritae

This is a very fast growing species from Peru, which normally reaches maturity in 12-18 months. These spiders only actually entered the hobby a few years ago in 2007.

Pichidangui Blue Beauty PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Pichidangui Blue Beauty
Euathlus sp. Blue

The Blue Metallic Femur Beauty have navy blue femurs with pink stripes on the knees.

Puerto Rican Pink Toe PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Puerto Rican Pink Toe
Avicularia laeta

A beautiful spider which is olive to brown as an adult and bright blue as a spiderling. Photos really don't do the adult colours justice. They really are a wonderful species and are not often available as captive bred spiderlings.

Pumpkin Patch Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Pumpkin Patch Tarantula
Hapalopus sp. Colombia large

The Pumpkin Patch Tarantula is a fast growing species that reaches a leg span of three to four inches.

Rusty Red Baboon Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Rusty Red Baboon Tarantula
Hysterocrates sp. Cameroon

Rusty Red Baboon Tarantula, a big African spider with lots of attitude and certainly not a beginner species. They can even swim and have been reported in the wild to catch fish.

Sangihe Island Black Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Sangihe Island Black Tarantula
Lampropelma nigerrimum

This spider is only known from one locality on the small Indonesian Island Sangihe. Presumed extinct, but rediscovered in November 2007.

Singapore Blue Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Singapore Blue Tarantula
Lampropelma violaceopes

One of the most beautiful arboreal tarantulas in the hobby. These spiders get big and are full of attitude; definitely not one for beginners!

Socotra Island Blue Baboon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Socotra Island Blue Baboon
Monocentropus balfouri

A stunning blue and beige terrestrial species of tarantula, which is found off the East Coast of Africa on Socotra Island.

Stout-Leg Baboon Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Stout-Leg Baboon Tarantula
Eucratoscelus pachypus

The Stout-Leg Baboon Tarantula is an average sized tarantua from Africa.

Trinidad Olive PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Trinidad Olive
Holothele incei

A small species of tarantula that are copious web spinners. This spider will create intricate tubular burrows all over its enclosure. They are quite reclusive but often show themselves at feeding time or during breeding attempts.

Vietnamese Blue Tarantula PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Vietnamese Blue Tarantula
Chilobrachys sp. Blue

These spiders originate from Vietnam and get extremely large. They have thickened front legs with a blue sheen appearance. Thought to be a form of Chilobrachys dyscolus but more work needs to be done to confirm this.

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