Ceratogytus darlingi is also known as the straight horned baboon or the African black horned tarantula. This very unusual species has a black "horn" protruding from the center of it's carapace. The "horn" will will continue to grow into adulthood. C. darlingi can grow to over 5" in length. These un-sexed juveniles have already started to grow their horn.
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.
Brachypelma albopilosum (curlyhair tarantula) is docile and hardy. This makes for a good beginner tarantula. Long, curly setae "hairs" give this species a unique appearance. These well-started juveniles are beginning to show adult color. Pictured is one of the juveniles currently available.
The female currently available (pictured) is from a 2011 clutch and has never been bred.