This species used to be thought of as a 'Highland Form' of Brachypelma smithi due to the close similarities albeit being darker in appearance. In 1992 it was described by Dr Gunter Schmidt as its own species.
We are currently working on this care sheet. If you have any experience with this species, please contact us with details.
Pet Food Range
Saturday 14 January 2017
Our product range is continuing to grow, and we are sure that will find something of interest.