Mystery Spider Derek’s Trippin’ Tarantula *Old World, 3/4″, terrestrial. *Last day to order is July 21st at midnight EST!

$50.00

Out of stock

Description

Derek’s Trippin Tarantula

Some may say I’m one ‘trippy” tarantula.

I have a multi-color look with a beautiful sheen to go with it.

I’m a terrestrial  species originating from South Asia. I love

to burrow and make dirt webs.

 

Each Fear Not staff member chooses a species.  It is completely up to them and could be from any of the species we have as long as we have enough of a quantity of them.  They each write a description of their chosen species to get interest in it.  

This is a contest between our staff members and the one who has the most sales gets $100. It is fun for them and our customers.  It is an opportunity for us to garner interest in species that have been overlooked and also to get pricey species in the hands of those who would otherwise not purchase them.   

It is important to keep in mind that some of the species offered do cost less than $50, and some cost more. 

All the choices will be listed on the day the event starts along with their descriptions.

Important to know:
***Each one is priced at $50 even though some have higher or lower prices normally.
***We can only send one of each species in each shipment.  You can order more than 1 Mystery Tarantula, but please choose only one of each species.
***This time habitats WILL NOT come with the spiderling.  You will know the size of the spiderling and if it needs a terrestrial or arboreal setup though.
***We CANNOT tell you what species you have until the end of the event.
***Soon after the event is over we will post a “Mystery Reveal” on our Facebook page as well as on this site.
Please DO NOT purchase a Mystery Spider unless you are an experienced keeper.  If this is your first tarantula, a Mystery Spider is not for you.  We do include species that are appropriate for beginners, but there are also some that are not.  Anyone purchasing a tarantula for the first time should know about the species they are getting.  If you have any questions about this at all, please email us at [email protected]