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Macleays Spectre Stick Insect
Macleays Spectre Stick InsectExtatosoma tiaratumPrices from£6.50
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.
Indian Stick Insect
Indian Stick InsectCarausius morosusPrices from£2.00
The common, Indian or laboratory stick insect is a species of Phasmatodea (phasmid) that is often kept by schools and individuals as pets.
Ghost Praying Mantis
Ghost Praying MantisPhyllocrania paradoxaPrices from£9.99
The Ghost Praying Mantis is a madagascan praying mantis with leaf like projections on the legs and head.
Giant Shield Mantis
Giant Shield MantisRhombodera megaeraPrices from£11.99
A large and robust mantid, that is easy to keep and rear. Ideal for novices or someone looking for an alternative to the more commonly available species.
Gargoyle Gecko
Gargoyle GeckoRhacodactylus auriculatusPrices from£199.99
Gargoyle Geckos are found in New Caledonia and they are one of the smallest of the Rhacodactylus species growing to a length of around five inches.
White Spotted Gecko
White Spotted GeckoTarentola annularisPrices from£19.99
The White Spotted Gecko reaches a size of 7-8 inches. The ground colour is dark brown with black bands and white spots.
Five Lined Skink
Five Lined SkinkMabuya quinquetaeniataPrices from£24.99
This is a rock dwelling skink which reaches an adult size of 18-22cm. They are hardy, but can be fast until they settle into their new enclosure.
Giant Spiny Stick Insect
Giant Spiny Stick InsectEurycantha calcarataPrices from£4.00
A large species of stick insect with some unusual characteristics; also known as the New Guinea Giant Spiny Stick Insect.
Brazilian Red Tarantula
Brazilian Red TarantulaNhandu carapoensisPrices from£8.00
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.
Madagascan Giant Day Gecko
Madagascan Giant Day GeckoPhelsuma grandisPrices from£74.99
As their name would suggest the Madagascan Giant Day Geckos can reach an adult length of 30cm. They are bright green with red markings around the face and back; simply stunning.
Trinidad Chevron
Trinidad ChevronPsalmopoeus cambridgeiPrices from£14.99
The Trinidad Chevron Tarantula is a fast growing species reaching a leg span of six inches. They are arboreal spinning a web within loose tree bark or plants.
White Striped Birdeater
White Striped BirdeaterNhandu chromatusPrices from£14.99
The White Striped Birdeater is a large terrestrial species reaching a leg span of 15 to 17cm. They are native to rainforests and savannahs of Brazil and Paraguay.
Straight Horned Baboon
Straight Horned BaboonCeratogyrus marshalliPrices from£8.00
A fossorial species from Zimbabwe and Mozambique. C. marshalli features the biggest horn of its genus.
Eastern Horned Baboon
Eastern Horned BaboonCeratogyrus darlingiPrices from£6.00
These are a heavy webbing species that make interesting display animals. They have a backwards curved horn that distinguishes it from other Ceratogyrus species.
Rusty Red Baboon
Rusty Red Baboon Hysterocrates gigasPrices from£6.00
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.
Orange Baboon
Orange BaboonPterinochilus murinusPrices from£8.00
The Orange Baboon is an aggressive species from parts of Africa, most are collected from Tanzania.
Salmon Pink Birdeater
Salmon Pink BirdeaterLasiodora parahybanaPrices from£10.00
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.
Curly Hair (Wild Type)
Curly Hair (Wild Type)Tliltocatl albopilosusPrices from£5.00
Still one of the best beginner species of tarantula. These spiderlings have come from wild caught parents in Nicaragua so no risk of hybrids.
Zompros Stick Insect
Zompros Stick InsectParapachymorpha zomproiPrices from£4.00
The Zompro's Stick Insects is a medium to large insect reaching up to 9cm. They are slender and have a bark-like texture that becomes more pronounced as the insect matures.
Vietnamese Stick Insect
Vietnamese Stick InsectRamulus artemisPrices from£4.00
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
Sunny Stick InsectsSungaya inexpectataPrices from£3.00
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.
Pink Winged Stick Insect
Pink Winged Stick InsectSipyloidea sipylusPrices from£2.50
The Pink Winged Stick Insect is a parthenogenetic species that reaches an adult size of 8 to 10cm. As the name would suggest, adults have pick to white coloured wings. Feed on bramble.
Grey Tree Frog
Grey Tree FrogHyla versicolorPrices from£19.99
The Grey Tree Frog is a suitable beginner species due to their tolerance of variable temperatures. They are small in size and easy to keep and maintain.
Californian King Snake
Californian King SnakeLampropeltis getula californiaePrices from£124.99
Californian Kingsnakes range in colour morphs from black and white striped or bands to chocolate, lavander, albino and many more. They are one of the best first snake species to own as a beginner.
Green & Black Poison Dart Frogs
Green & Black Poison Dart FrogsDendrobates auratusPrices from£94.99
This is a popular species of arrow frog amongst hobbyists. It is found in Central America and northwestern parts of South America. There are many different colour forms available.
Blue Poison Dart Frog
Blue Poison Dart FrogDendrobates tinctorius azureusPrices from£64.99
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.
Common Boa Constrictor
Common Boa ConstrictorBoa constrictor imperatorPrices from£149.99
The Common Boa Constrictor can reach an adult length of 12ft but averages between 5-9ft. This species makes a great exotic pet, however a large enclosure is required when adult.
Long Nosed Horned Frog
Long Nosed Horned FrogMegophrys nasutaPrices from£139.99
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.
Mali Uromastyx
Mali UromastyxUromastyx dispar maliensisPrices from£349.99
The Mali Uromastyx is as the name suggests is from Mali and southern Algeria. They inhabit areas with fine sand and very hot temperatures.
Chocolate Millipedes
Chocolate MillipedesOphistreptus quineensisPrices from£9.99
A popular, large and easy to keep species, which is perfect for novice keepers. Also known as African Giant Chocolate Millipedes.