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Tarantulas for sale

Arachnophobic? Then look no further, as this category has lots of large and hairy spiders. We stock a variety of species from the docile new world tarantulas, to the more experienced old world, baboons, earth tigers and ornamental species.

Asian Fawn
Asian FawnChilobrachys huahiniPrices from4.00
An opportunist heavy webbing spider that seems quite happy to live in a variety of conditions.
Brazilian Dwarf Pinkleg
Brazilian Dwarf PinklegKochiana brunnipesPrices from6.00
A small species found in Brazil that has only entered the UK hobby recently.
Cambodian Earth Tiger
Cambodian Earth TigerChilobrachys sp. "Cambodia" (Kep)Prices from5.00
A large Chilobrachys species discovered in Cambodia in 2014 by Guy Tansley.
Chile Pink Burst Tarantula
Chile Pink Burst TarantulaPhrixotrichus scrofaPrices from6.00
Beautiful little tarantula that looks like it has pink highlights all over it.
Chile Red Rose Tarantula
Chile Red Rose TarantulaGrammostola roseaPrices from5.00
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.
Cobalt Blue Tarantula
Cobalt Blue TarantulaHaplopelma lividumPrices from6.00
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 Orange Mouth Tarantula
Costa Rican Orange Mouth TarantulaPsalmopoeus reduncusPrices from4.00
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 (Wild Type)
Curly Hair (Wild Type)Brachypelma albopilosumPrices from6.00
Still one of the best beginner species of tarantula. These spiderlings have come from wild caught parents in Nicaragua so no risk of hybrids.
Dark Earth Tiger
Dark Earth TigerChilobrachys sp. kaeng krachanPrices from34.95
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
Eastern Horned BaboonCeratogyrus darlingiPrices from4.00
These are a heavy webbing species that make interesting display animals. They have a backwards curved horn that distinguishes it from other Ceratogyrus species.
Feather Leg Baboon
Feather Leg BaboonStromatopelma calceatumPrices from5.00
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
Fort Hall BaboonPterinochilus lugardiPrices from4.00
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.
Gabon Blue Dwarf Baboon
Gabon Blue Dwarf BaboonHeterothele gabonensisPrices from12.00
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.
Green Femur Beauty
Green Femur BeautyEuathlus sp. "Green"Prices from3.50
A large, attractive and easy to keep Chilean species of tarantula. Similar to the Pichidangui Blue Beauty but with green femurs rather than blue.
Hati Hati Purple
Hati Hati PurpleCyriopagopus sp."Hatihati"Prices from12.00
A recently discovered arboreal species from Indonesia. The spider is has a purple and black base colouration with a yellowish carapace.
Indian Violet Earth Tiger
Indian Violet Earth TigerChilobrachys fimbriatusPrices from6.00
Easily the best looking Chilobrachys species kept in the hobby. A prolific webber with a nasty temper.
Lavender Earth Tiger
Lavender Earth TigerChilobrachys sp. "Nong ya Plong"Prices from6.00
A fairly new and undescribed Chilobrachys species from Thailand.
Lemon Patch
Lemon PatchHapalopus triseriatus Prices from8.00
A pretty dwarf species of tarantula found in Venezuela which was described by Ludovico Di Caporiacco in 1955.
Mexican Red Rump
Mexican Red RumpBrachypelma vagansPrices from3.00
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.
Nigerian Brown
Nigerian BrownHysterocrates laticepsPrices from3.00
A large fossorial baboon tarantula found in Cameroon and Nigeria. Described by Pocock in 1897.
Oklahoma Brown Tarantula
Oklahoma Brown TarantulaAphonopelma hentziPrices from34.95
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.
Panama Blonde
Panama BlondePsalmopoeus pulcherPrices from6.00
Not as often seen and arguably the nicest looking species of the Psalmopoeus genus.
Peruvian Dwarf Star
Peruvian Dwarf StarCyrioscosmus sellatusPrices from6.00
A dwarf species found in the Amazonian regions of Peru which reaches adult sizes of 5-6cm legspan.
Red Island Birdeater
Red Island BirdeaterPhormictopus atrichromatusPrices from8.00
A large terrestrial species found in the Caribbean.
Roatan Island Purple
Roatan Island PurpleTheraphosinae sp. "Roatan"Prices from6.00
A large birdeating spider first collected from Roatan Island, Honduras in 2013.
Rusty Birdeater
Rusty BirdeaterAcanthoscurria ferinaPrices from39.95
Extremely rare in the hobby and possibly the first time available in the UK. An Amazonian species found in Bolivia, Brazil and Peru. We believe this species to reach a legspan of approximately 12-15cm.
Rusty Red Baboon Tarantula
Rusty Red Baboon TarantulaHysterocrates sp. CameroonPrices from3.00
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.
Salmon Pink Birdeater
Salmon Pink BirdeaterLasiodora parahybanaPrices from3.00
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.
Sapphire Red Rump
Sapphire Red RumpThrixopelma cyaneolumPrices from39.95
A pretty and medium sized species found in Northern Peru which is rarely available in hobby.
Stout-Leg Baboon
Stout-Leg BaboonEucratoscelus pachypusPrices from6.00
The Stout-Leg Baboon Tarantula is an average sized tarantua from Africa.
Straight Horned Baboon
Straight Horned BaboonCeratogyrus marshalliPrices from4.00
A fossorial species from Zimbabwe and Mozambique. C. marshalli features the biggest horn of its genus.
Stripe Knee Tarantula
Stripe Knee TarantulaAphonopelma seemanniPrices from29.95
Formerly one of the most popular pet spiders in the hobby, found throughout Central America and in varying forms depending on the locality.
Sumatran Stout-Leg
Sumatran Stout-LegLyrognathus giannisposatoiPrices from15.00
A newly described species unique in its habitat selection, being the first confirmed lowland species from this genus.
Thailand Black Tarantula
Thailand Black TarantulaHaplopelma minaxPrices from6.00
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.
Trinidad Dwarf
Trinidad DwarfCyriocosmus elegansPrices from6.00
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 Red Stripe Pink Toe
Venezuelan Red Stripe Pink ToeAvicularia minatrixPrices from15.00
A fantastic species of Avicularia that is seldom available in the hobby.
Vietnamese Blue
Vietnamese BlueChilobrachys sp. "Blue"Prices from7.00
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.
Violet Tree Spider
Violet Tree SpiderTapinauchenius cupreusPrices from6.00
This species was described as recently as 1996 by Schmidt and Bauer and originates from Ecuador, South America.

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