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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, it's easy to find something to suit everyone.


Black Fire Birdeater
Black Fire BirdeaterPamphobeteus petersi Prices from£25.00
Rarely available. These spiders are similar to P. antinous and are sometimes known as the Red Bloom Birdeater due to the red setae hair on the abdomen.
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.
Borneo Black
Borneo BlackLampropelma sp. Prices from£10.00
The Borneo Black is a large Asian arboreal tarantula from the subfamily Ornithoctoninae.
Brazilian Blue
Brazilian BluePterinopelma sazimaiPrices from£6.00
Also commonly known as Sazimai's tarantula, this iridescent blue spider is only known from one location, on an ecological island in Brazil.
Brazilian Dwarf Pinkleg
Brazilian Dwarf PinklegKochiana brunnipesPrices from£6.00
A small species found in Brazil that has only entered the UK hobby recently.
Camel Spider
Camel SpiderGaleodes grantiPrices from£25.00
Experience with Tarantulas and Scorpions is recommended when considering keeping Camel Spiders.
Deaths Head Cockroach
Deaths Head CockroachBlaberus craniiferPrices from£2.50
Depending on which kind of death�s head cockroach you want whether it be a false death head�s cockroach (also known as the discoid roach) or the stunning true death�s head cockroach, they are a very large species.
Egyptian Predator Beetle
Egyptian Predator BeetleAnthia sexmaculataPrices from£9.95
The Egyptian Predator Beetle measures approx. 4cm (1.5 inch) and is black with white patterning over the body. They feed on other insects and like to be kept on sand with rocks to hide under.
Feather Leg Baboon
Feather Leg BaboonStromatopelma calceatumPrices from£5.00
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.
Fringed Ornamental
Fringed OrnamentalPoecilotheria ornataPrices from£8.00
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 Spiny Stick Insect
Giant Spiny Stick InsectEurycantha calcarataPrices from£3.95
A large species of stick insect with some unusual characteristics; also known as the New Guinea Giant Spiny Stick Insect.
Hati Hati Purple
Hati Hati PurpleCyriopagopus sp. "Hatihati"Prices from£22.00
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.
Israeli Gold Scorpion
Israeli Gold ScorpionScorpio maurusPrices from£15.00
The Israeli Gold Scorpion or Largeclawed Scorpion as it is also known is small species reaching between 4cm to 6cm.
Laos Forest Scorpion
Laos Forest ScorpionHeterometrus laoticusPrices from£13.95
Found in humid regions of Vietnam and Laos. They reach maximum lengths of 12cm.
Madagascan Hissing Cockroaches
Madagascan Hissing CockroachesGromphadorhina portentosaPrices from£3.00
Cockroaches as pets you may ask - well these make great pets and are a nice large size for handling. The Madagascan Hissing Cockroach as its name suggests makes a loud hissing sound when picked up. If you want something different, try some of these!
Malaysian Earth Tiger
Malaysian Earth TigerCyriopagopus schioedteiPrices from£8.00
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.
Nigerian Brown
Nigerian BrownHysterocrates laticepsPrices from£25.00
A large fossorial baboon tarantula found in Cameroon and Nigeria. Described by Pocock in 1897.
Olive Banded Millipede
Olive Banded MillipedeSpirostreptus sp. 1Prices from£6.95
A great display species and one that is easy to propagate. We believe this species may have been traded as the Burmese Millipede previously.
Orange Baboon
Orange BaboonPterinochilus murinusPrices from£6.00
The Orange Baboon is an aggressive species from parts of Africa, most are collected from Tanzania.
Pederson Ghost Ornamental
Pederson Ghost OrnamentalPoecilotheria vittataPrices from£10.00
A beautiful arboreal species which is indigenous to Sri Lanka formerly known as Poecilotheria pederseni.
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£20.00
A rarely available baboon species from South Africa, described by Purcell in 1903.
Rusty Red Baboon
Rusty Red Baboon Hysterocrates gigasPrices from£25.00
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.
Shiny Burrowing Scorpion
Shiny Burrowing ScorpionOpistophthalmus glabrifronsPrices from£19.95
The Shiny Burrowing Scorpion is a medium sized species reaching an adult length of up to 11-15cm. They inhabit dry areas of Southern Africa. The interesting thing about these animals is their ability to stridulate.
Stripe Knee Tarantula
Stripe Knee TarantulaAphonopelma seemanniPrices from£29.95
Formerly one of the most popular pet spiders in the hobby, found throughout Central America and in varying forms depending on the locality.
Tail-less Whip Scorpion
Tail-less Whip ScorpionDamon mediusPrices from£19.95
These have to be one of the strangest invertebrates out there! They look like a cross between a spider, scorpion and crab. These nocturnal creatures are very exciting to own and watch.
Tiger Ornamental
Tiger OrnamentalPoecilotheria tigrinawesseliPrices from£10.00
Another beautiful ornamental species which was discovered as recently as 2004.
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.
Trinidad Olive
Trinidad OliveNeoholothele 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£25.00
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.

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