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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.


African Lined Mantis
African Lined MantisSphodromantis lineolaPrices from£6.00
The African Praying Mantis is medium sized and typical mantis appearance. They range in shades of browns and greens depending on the species and humidity levels.
Asian Fawn
Asian FawnChilobrachys huahiniPrices from£4.00
An opportunist heavy webbing spider that seems quite happy to live in a variety of conditions.
Brazilian Dwarf Pinkleg
Brazilian Dwarf PinklegKochiana brunnipesPrices from£6.00
A small species found in Brazil that has only entered the UK hobby recently.
Cameroon Giant Black Millipede
Cameroon Giant Black MillipedeMardonius parilis acuticonusPrices from£12.95
The Cameroon Giant Black Millipede is a medium to large species that reaches around 25cm from dry savanna areas.
Chile Pink Burst Tarantula
Chile Pink Burst TarantulaPhrixotrichus scrofaPrices from£6.00
Beautiful little tarantula that looks like it has pink highlights all over it.
Chile Rose Tarantula
Chile Rose TarantulaGrammostola porteriPrices from£29.95
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.
Cobalt Blue Tarantula
Cobalt Blue TarantulaHaplopelma lividumPrices from£29.95
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.
Curly Hair (Hobby Form)
Curly Hair (Hobby Form)Brachyplema albopilosumPrices from£3.00
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.
East African Boxer Mantis
East African Boxer MantisOtomantis scutigeraPrices from£6.00
Like all boxer mantis species, the common name derives from them rotating their arms in arcs, when they are startled.
Giant Asian Mantis
Giant Asian MantisHierodula membranaceaPrices from£6.00
The Giant Asian Praying Mantis is a large typical looking praying mantis from Asia.
Giant Rainforest Mantis
Giant Rainforest MantisHierodula majusculaPrices from£7.00
The Giant Rainforest or King Mantis is Australia's largest praying mantis species reaching an adult size of around 7cm. They are bright green with rusty red inner front arms and purple on the underside of the prothorax.
Green Bottle Blue
Green Bottle BlueChromatopelma cyanopubescensPrices from£12.00
The Venezuelan Green Bottle Blue Tarantula is a nice attractive species with blue legs, green carapace and orange abdomen. Definitely one for the collection!
Haitian Brown Birdeater
Haitian Brown BirdeaterPhormictopus canceridesPrices from£6.00
Haitan Brown Birdeater Tarantulas are from North to Central America.
Java Earth Tiger
Java Earth TigerSelenocosmia javanensisPrices from£29.95
These are a brown to black fossorial species of tarantula from Indonesia. These are aggressive and not suitable for beginners.
Nigerian Brown
Nigerian BrownHysterocrates laticepsPrices from£24.95
A large fossorial baboon tarantula found in Cameroon and Nigeria. Described by Pocock in 1897.
Olive Banded Millipede
Olive Banded MillipedeSpirostreptus sp. 1Prices from£9.95
The Olive Banded Millipede inhabits dry savannas in Tanzania. They are medium sized reaching an adult length of up to 15cm.
Pumpkin Patch Tarantula
Pumpkin Patch TarantulaHapalopus sp. Colombia largePrices from£6.00
The Pumpkin Patch Tarantula is a fast growing species that reaches a leg span of three to four inches.
Red Island Birdeater
Red Island BirdeaterPhormictopus atrichromatusPrices from£8.00
A large terrestrial species found in the Caribbean.
Roatan Island Purple
Roatan Island PurpleTheraphosinae sp. "Roatan"Prices from£6.00
A large birdeating spider first collected from Roatan Island, Honduras in 2013.
Rusty Red Baboon Tarantula
Rusty Red Baboon TarantulaHysterocrates sp. 'Cameroon'Prices from£23.95
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 from£14.95
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.
Stripe Knee Tarantula
Stripe Knee TarantulaAphonopelma seemanniPrices from£24.95
Formerly one of the most popular pet spiders in the hobby, found throughout Central America and in varying forms depending on the locality.
Thailand Black
Thailand BlackHaplopelma minaxPrices from£29.95
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.
Togo Starburst Baboon
Togo Starburst BaboonHeteroscodra maculataPrices from£15.95
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 Olive
Trinidad OliveHolothele inceiPrices from£5.00
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.
Vietnam Giant Centipede
Vietnam Giant CentipedeScolopendra dehaaniPrices from£10.00
Scolopendra dehaani is an aggressive species that grows to an adult size of 7 to 8 inches. We do not recommend this species for beginners.
Vietnam Rainbow Millipede
Vietnam Rainbow MillipedeTonkinbolus dolfusiPrices from£5.95
As the name suggests, these millipedes are from Vietnam and have a rainbow coloration. They are medium sized and must be kept at lower temperatures compared to other species.

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