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Acanthoscurria geniculata Acanthoscurria geniculata
The female currently available (pictured) has never been bred. The female currently available (pictured) is from a 2011 clutch and has never been bred.
Mexican Red Rump Tarantula
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. Specimen is suspected to be male however, gender is not guaranteed. N.coloratovillosus is known for it's striking black and white coloring (for which it's named). This hardy and fast-groing New-World terrestrial tarantula possesses a great feeding response. While some may be defensive if they feel threatened, most would rather flee or flick urticating hairs than bite.