An Australian species, the Macleays Spectre Stick Insect can grow up to 150mm! Feeding on a range of food plants which can be found in your garden or in a local field, makes them easy and cheap to maintain.
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.
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.
The Vietnamese Stick Insect is a rather long stick insect with a body length of 15cm, with legs this is 21cm. Green in colour with a distinctive little horn on the underside of the abdomen. Feed on bramble (blackberry), raspberry, oak, rose and hazel.
Sunny Stick Insects are an easy species to keep feeding on a range of plants including Bramble, Hawthorn and Ivy. There are both males and females within this species but females are pathogenic too, therefore, all eggs are fertile.
Bright blue animals are a rarity in nature and this species is unquestionably one of the most spectacular. Few dart frog collections exist without Blue Poison Dart Frogs being present; a must for any serious keeper.
The Long Nosed Horned Frog is an impressive species with females reaching a maximum size of 5 inches, males are generally half the size. Although from the forest floor of Malaysia they must be kept at lower temperatures.