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Check out the latest amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates and be the first to see any newly available species, as they arrive.

Marbled Newt
Marbled NewtTriturus marmoratusPrices from£25.00
A large, robust and beautiful European species of newt that is easy to keep and breed.
Curly Hair (Wild Type)
Curly Hair (Wild Type)Tliltocatl albopilosusPrices from£10.00
Still one of the best beginner species of tarantula. These spiderlings have come from wild caught parents in Nicaragua so no risk of hybrids.
Bells Hinged Back Tortoise
Bells Hinged Back TortoiseKinixys bellianaPrices from£175.00
The Bells Hinged Back Tortoise is a medium sized tropical and semi-tropical tortoise that requires higher humidity levels compared to other species.
Black Beauty Stick Insect
Black Beauty Stick InsectPeruphasma schulteiPrices from£4.00
The Black Beauty Stick Insect is a must for anyone who likes stick insects. Adults are jet black with small red wings and bright yellow eyes, they really are stunning.
Giant Spiny Stick Insect
Giant Spiny Stick InsectEurycantha calcarataPrices from£8.00
A large species of stick insect with some unusual characteristics; also known as the New Guinea Giant Spiny Stick Insect.
Giant Lime Green Stick Insect
Giant Lime Green Stick InsectDiapherodes giganteaPrices from£5.50
The Giant Lime Green Stick Insect is an impressive lime green colour and females can reach up to 20cm in length. Most will be feeding on Bramble but they will also take Oak and Eucalyptus.
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.
Trinidad Chevron
Trinidad ChevronPsalmopoeus cambridgeiPrices from£12.00
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.
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.
Venezuelan Suntiger
Venezuelan SuntigerPsalmopoeus irminiaPrices from£10.00
This is a beautiful arboreal species of Tarantula, with vivid orange patterns over its abdomen, metatarsus and tarsus parts of their legs.
Tiger Ornamental
Tiger OrnamentalPoecilotheria tigrinawesseliPrices from£24.00
Another beautiful ornamental species which was discovered as recently as 2004.
Straight Horned Baboon
Straight Horned BaboonCeratogyrus marshalliPrices from£12.00
A fossorial species from Zimbabwe and Mozambique. C. marshalli features the biggest horn of its genus.
Panama Blonde
Panama BlondePsalmopoeus pulcherPrices from£12.00
Not as often seen and arguably the nicest looking species of the Psalmopoeus genus.
Indian Ornamental
Indian OrnamentalPoecilotheria regalisPrices from£12.00
A beautiful arboreal species found in India. This spider much like other members of the Poecilotheria genus is more suited to keepers with previous tarantula experience. This is due to their fast and potentially aggressive nature.
Costa Rican Orange Mouth Tarantula
Costa Rican Orange Mouth TarantulaPsalmopoeus reduncusPrices from£12.00
A very pretty Psalmopoeus species, it has a very shiny gold carapace and gold bands on the legs. But has a overall brown appearance. It reaches a adult size of around 12cm legspan.
Mexican Red Rump
Mexican Red RumpTliltocatly vagansPrices from£8.00
The Mexican Red Rump Tarantula gets its name from the red hairs present on the abdomen. They can be found in moist areas of Mexico.
Golden Blue Leg Baboon
Golden Blue Leg BaboonHarpactira pulchripesPrices from£22.00
This is an Old World species originating from South Africa. They are excellent burrowers and heavy webbers, a must-have species for experienced hobbyists.
Martinique Pink Toe
Martinique Pink ToeCaribena versicolorPrices from£20.00
What can we say about this species... They are stunning! Turning from a gorgeous bright blue spiderling right through to stunning multi coloured adults.
Fringed Ornamental
Fringed OrnamentalPoecilotheria ornataPrices from£12.00
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.
Yemen Chameleon
Yemen ChameleonChamaeleo calyptratusPrices from£64.99
The Yemen or Veiled Chameleon as its also known, is one of the best reptiles for beginners. However this species still requires an amount of specialist care.
Malaysian Flower Praying Mantis
Malaysian Flower Praying MantisCreobroter urbanusPrices from£15.00
The Malaysian Flower Mantis belongs to the Creobroter family which is a smaller species reaching around 5cm. When fully matured, there is an eye-shaped pattern to deter any predators.
Great Plated lizard
Great Plated lizardGerrhosaurus majorPrices from£94.99
Great Plated lizards live on rocky hills between rock crevices. Their appearance varies depending on the phase as they are found in Eastern Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique.
African Land Snails
African Land SnailsVariousPrices from£7.00
African Land Snails are a giant species of snail from East Africa. They are one of the easiest pets to look after and are cheap to maintain, their slow movement and robust bodies make them a perfect pet for children to watch and are easy to handle.
Pink Winged Stick Insect
Pink Winged Stick InsectSipyloidea sipylusPrices from£4.00
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.
Sunny Stick Insects
Sunny Stick InsectsSungaya inexpectataPrices from£4.00
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.
Thorny Stick Insect
Thorny Stick InsectAretaon asperrimusPrices from£4.00
Thorny Stick Insects may also be known as Spiny Sabah Stick Insect. Although they have spikes, these are harmless and are not used for defence.
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.
Feather Leg Baboon
Feather Leg BaboonStromatopelma calceatumPrices from£29.99
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.
African Fat-Tailed Gecko
African Fat-Tailed GeckoHemitheconyx caudicinctusPrices from£79.99
African Fat-Tailed geckos are the second most widely kept eublepharine species of gecko. They have a nice, calm nature making them a great pet for beginners or experienced keepers looking for an alternative to the leopard gecko.
Central American Banded Gecko
Central American Banded GeckoColeonyx mitratusPrices from£69.99
This small pretty gecko is native to Central America. But whilst thousands of miles apart, this species is actually closely related to the Leopard gecko.