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Inverts for sale

Invert keeping has grown enormously in recent years and these low maintenance creatures are kept by newcomers and experienced keepers alike. With such a variety now available, its easy to find something to suit everyone.


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Amber Millipedes
Amber MillipedesPelmatojulus ligulatusPrices from£8.95
Also commonly known as tiger millipedes, this species is large and similar in appearance and size, to that of Pelmatojulus excisus.
Black Tunnelweb Spider
Black Tunnelweb SpiderPorrhothele antipodianaPrices from£19.95
This spider was described by Peter Jackson as inspiration for the character Shelob in Lord of the Rings The Two Towers. They are heavy webbers and make interesting subjects to keep.
Brazilian Fire Red Birdeater
Brazilian Fire Red BirdeaterLasiodora difficilisPrices from£5.00
Rarely available as captive bred spiderlings, this tarantula is a must for any serious birdeater collection.
Colombian Brown
Colombian BrownPamphobeteus fortisPrices from£15.00
A large brown Pamphobeteus species believed to be found only in Colombia. The young of this species have the typical Christmas tree markings which fades as they mature.
Curly Hair (Wild Type)
Curly Hair (Wild Type)Brachypelma albopilosumPrices from£6.00
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 from£4.00
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 from£4.00
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 from£19.95
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.
Giant Tiger Snails
Giant Tiger SnailsAchatina achatinaPrices from£34.95
If you thought the common East African Land Snail was big, you've not seen anything yet! This Snail is the biggest you can own reaching a shell size of 10"!
Grey Dwarf
Grey DwarfNeochilobrachys sp. "Thailand"Prices from£8.00
A small fossorial species of tarantula found in Thailand, Southeast Asia.
Hati Hati Purple
Hati Hati PurpleCyriopagopus sp. "Hatihati"Prices from£7.00
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 from£6.00
Easily the best looking Chilobrachys species kept in the hobby. A prolific webber with a nasty temper.
Khiri Khan Earth Tiger
Khiri Khan Earth TigerChilobrachys sp. "Khiri Khan"Prices from£6.00
A large fossorial species found within the Western province of Thailand, Southeast Asia.
King Baboon Tarantula
King Baboon TarantulaPelinobius muticusPrices from£7.00
The King Baboon Tarantula is a large and very aggressive spider, it is one of Africas biggest. A must for any serious Tarantula collector!
Malawi Grey Baboon
Malawi Grey BaboonCeratogyrus meridionalisPrices from£8.00
Less commonly available compared to other Ceratogyrus species. This species is indigenous to Malawi and Mozambique
Malay Jumping Spider
Malay Jumping SpiderPancorius sp.Prices from£17.95
Larger Malaysian species of Salticidae. Possible mixed species, but predominately colour variations of Pancorius.
Mexican Fireleg Tarantula
Mexican Fireleg TarantulaBrachypelma bohemiPrices from£8.00
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 Giant Orange Knee
Mexican Giant Orange KneeBrachypelma smithi (ex annitha)Prices from£12.00
Similar to Brachypelma hamorii but woollier and more vibrant in appearance, they also have no black hair around the flame on the patella and pedipalps.
Mexican Red Leg
Mexican Red LegBrachypelma emiliaPrices from£6.00
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
New Mexican TarantulaBrachypelma kahlenbergiPrices from£5.00
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.
Nigerian Brown
Nigerian BrownHysterocrates laticepsPrices from£25.00
A large fossorial baboon tarantula found in Cameroon and Nigeria. Described by Pocock in 1897.
Orange Baboon
Orange BaboonPterinochilus murinusPrices from£15.00
The Orange Baboon is an aggressive species from parts of Africa, most are collected from Tanzania.
Penang Earth Tiger
Penang Earth TigerChilobrachys sp. "Penang"Prices from£6.00
Fairly new to the hobby, this species is found on Penang island on the west coast of Malaysia.
Purcells Baboon
Purcells BaboonHarpactira bavianaPrices from£25.00
A rarely available baboon species from South Africa, described by Purcell in 1903.
Togo Starburst Baboon
Togo Starburst BaboonHeteroscodra maculataPrices from£17.95
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 Mahogany
Trinidad MahoganyTapinauchenius plumipesPrices from£9.00
This spider lives in tropical plantations throughout Trindad where it creates silken tubes under bark and branches in trees. Extremely fast moving and is considered by most as semi-aggressive.
Vietnamese Blue
Vietnamese BlueChilobrachys sp. "Blue"Prices from£35.00
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.

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