Lasiodora parahybana (Salmon pink birdeater) This is one of the largest of all tarantulas when full grown. Sizes in the norm of 8" leg span and up to 10". Not only do they have a large leg-span but they are incredibly stocky! It is wonderful to experience the incredible transformation from a tiny sling to an extremely large spider. With each molt its change in size is almost unbelievable. Incredible prey drive the "LP" will not dissapoint come feeding time. These spiderlings are currently feeding on "pinhead" rusty red roaches. The LP is docile yet it can be skittish. Salmon Pink birdeaters are hardy and can make a good first tarantula.
Brachypelma smithi is the "Hobby classic tarantula". Coveted by beginners and experienced keepers alike, B. smithi is one of my personal favorites. Known for being large, colorful and docile this scrub-land species is extremely hardy. Females can live to be older than 30 years. These spiderlings were captive-bred here at Jamie's Tarantulas. Check out OUR BLOG to see pictures of the mother and the developing babies.
The Jamie's Tarantulas Adult Tarantula Cage is designed for use with arboreal or terrestrial tarantulas. Cages are CNC-machine precision cut and hand assembled here in the USA.
Arboreal Spiderling kit measures 2 1/4" square x 4 1/4" tall. This kit is recommended for arboreal spiderlings under 2"and includes; Cube with 1" vent, Cocofiber substrate, Tree moss, Corkbark & Silk plant