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Tarantulas for sale

Arachnophobic? Then look no further, as this category has lots of large and hairy spiders. We stock a variety of species from the docile new world tarantulas, to the more experienced old world, baboons, earth tigers and ornamental species.

Borneo Black
Borneo BlackLampropelma sp. Prices from£49.95
The Borneo Black is a large Asian arboreal tarantula from the subfamily Ornithoctoninae.
Cascada Birdeater
Cascada BirdeaterPamphobeteus sp. CascadaPrices from£25.00
A large birdeating spider from Ecuador. Overall, these tarantulas have a dark brown to black appearance; dark femurs and red setae hair on the abdomen.
Costa Rican Orange Mouth Tarantula
Costa Rican Orange Mouth TarantulaPsalmopoeus reduncusPrices from£25.00
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.
Curly Hair (Wild Type)
Curly Hair (Wild Type)Brachypelma albopilosumPrices from£33.95
Still one of the best beginner species of tarantula. These spiderlings have come from wild caught parents in Nicaragua so no risk of hybrids.
Eastern Horned Baboon
Eastern Horned BaboonCeratogyrus darlingiPrices from£25.00
These are a heavy webbing species that make interesting display animals. They have a backwards curved horn that distinguishes it from other Ceratogyrus species.
Guyana Pink Toe Tarantula
Guyana Pink Toe TarantulaAvicularia aviculariaPrices from£33.95
The Guyana Pink-toe Tarantula is a medium sized tarantula with pink tips on the end of it's legs, like toes.
Hati Hati Purple
Hati Hati PurpleCyriopagopus sp. "Hatihati"Prices from£29.95
A recently discovered arboreal species from Indonesia. The spider is has a purple and black base colouration with a yellowish carapace.
Lavender Earth Tiger
Lavender Earth TigerChilobrachys sp. "Nong ya Plong"Prices from£8.00
A fairly new and undescribed Chilobrachys species from Thailand.
New Mexican Tarantula
New Mexican TarantulaBrachypelma kahlenbergiPrices from£8.00
A new species of Brachypelma from Veracruz , Mexico, Brachypelma kahlenbergi. They are almost entirely black with red, orange setae on the dorsal face of the opisthosoma.
Orange Tree Spider
Orange Tree SpiderTapinauchenius gigasPrices from£6.00
These spiders are native to French Guiana and are well known for their speedy and aggressive behaviour.
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.
Skeleton Tarantula
Skeleton TarantulaEphebopus murinusPrices from£15.00
These spiders are truly amazing. They have some very unusual characteristics for a terrestrial spider such as very long front legs and they actually kick hairs from their pedipalps.
Togo Starburst Baboon
Togo Starburst BaboonHeteroscodra maculataPrices from£15.95
The Togo Starburst Baboon is a fast arboreal species from West African found in Ghana, Togo and Cameroon. They reach an adult leg span of 4 to 5 inches.
Trinidad Chevron
Trinidad ChevronPsalmopoeus cambridgeiPrices from£16.95
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.
Trinidad Olive
Trinidad OliveNeoholothele inceiPrices from£16.95
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.
Venezuelan Suntiger
Venezuelan SuntigerPsalmopoeus irminiaPrices from£29.95
This is a beautiful arboreal species of Tarantula, with vivid orange patterns over its abdomen, metatarsus and tarsus parts of their legs.
White Striped Birdeater
White Striped BirdeaterNhandu chromatusPrices from£25.00
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.

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