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Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (Green BottleBlue, GBB) ABOUT 3 1/2"+ FEMALE!!! ♀️♀️♀️♀️♀️♀️ ID- #114 #1215 ***IN STORE ONLY***



  👀👀 These are colorful eight-legged architects with an orange belly and blue metallic legs. They will excite you during dinner with their cat-like prey-drive. Of course, they are fan favorites, so easy to care for and raise. If you want a gorgeous eye-catching display tarantula that webs heavily and is fairly hands-off, this is one for you.  🕸️🕸️ While it’s best to have a mostly terrestrial habitat, be sure to give your beautiful GBB anchor points to web and give you an eyeful of architectural artistry. This is a species that will appreciate a water dish and mostly dry substrate as adults. 👌👌 For the younger bunch, be sure to moisten a corner or deposit a few drops of water directly on their webbing to prevent dehydration. They also need plenty of ventilation to continue impressing you with their building skills! 🕷️🕷️

This highly sought after species is one of my favorites. They are brightly colored, don’t usually hide from you, eat very well and are  very easy to care for. Adult GBBs have a vibrant orange abdomen, metallic blue legs, a blue-green carapace and is covered with orange hairs. It is a great experience to raise one up from a spiderling and watch it change  with each molt.  This is an excellent display tarantula!  They are very low maintenance and a pet you can leave for a couple of weeks with no worries. Feeding time is always fun with these guys as they are aggressive eaters and will wrestle and take down prey with great gusto.

Name Pronunciation:
Chromatopelma (kroh-maa-tuh-PEL-muh) cyaneopubescens (sy-aan-ee-o-pyoo-BEH-sinz)

* Adapted from The American Tarantula Society

Name and Description History:
Eurypelma cyaneopubescens Strand, 1907
Delopelma cyaneopubescens Petrunkevitch, 1939
Chromatopelma cyanopubescens Schmidt, 1995

New World, Terrestrial
Size: About 6”
Growth Rate: Medium / Fast
Natural Habitat: Venezuela, northern. dry scrub land
Housing Needs: Terrestrial setup.  They are prolific webbers, so if foliage is put in their habitat, it helps if it is plastic so it can act as an anchor for better webbing. They frequently fill their entire habitat with webbing. Dry substrate and low humidity is important for this very hardy species.
Temperament and Defensiveness: This is not an overly aggressive species as mature adults, but juveniles have a lot of spunk.  They are not usually easily spooked.
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