Brachypelma emilia is also known as the Mexican Red Leg. This tarantula is collected by beginners and experienced keepers alike. Known for being colorful and docile this scrub-land/desert tarantula is extremely hardy. A long-lived species the females are known to live longer than 20 years.
Brachypelma vagans (Mexican red rump) will develop into a velvet black spider with thick red "hairs" on its abdomen. This typically docile and hardy species is a great beginner tarantula.
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
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.