2 days ago
Hapalopus sp. Colombia (Pumpkin Patch) tarantula. Tiny but already showing off those amazing patterns and coloration! fearnottarantulas.com/product/hapalopus-sp-columbia-pumpkin-patch-tarantulas/ ... See MoreSee Less
Fear Not Tarantulas, Inc shared a post.
3 days ago
All Ami species transferred to Neischnocolus.
Photo of Neischnocolus panamanus Petrunkevitch, 1925 by Pérez-Miles, F., Gabriel, R. & Sherwood, D. (2019)
Read more : t.ly/VBmBd
The recent rediscovery and examination of the holotype
of Neischnocolus panamanus Petrunkevitch, 1925 and its
comparison with type material of the genera Barropelma
Chamberlin, 1940 and Ami Pérez-Miles, 2008 led us to
establish their generic synonymy. Ami species and the
monotypic Barropelma parvior (Chamberlin & Ivie, 1936)
fit with the diagnostic characters of Neischnocolus, with the
presence of modified type I urticating setae and the singular
spermathecal morphology. B. parvior is considered a junior
synonym of N. panamanus syn. nov. based on genital organ
morphology and geographical location. Ami bladesi Pérez-
Miles, Gabriel & Gallon, 2008 is also considered a junior
synonym of Neischnocolus panamanus syn nov. based on
genital organ morphology and geographical location. As a
consequence, of the synonymies of the genera Barropelma and
Ami with Neischnocolus, seven new combinations are created:
N. amazonica comb. nov., N. armihuarensis comb. nov., N.
caxiuana comb. nov., N. obscurus comb. nov., N. pijaos comb.
nov., N. weinmanni comb. nov. and N. yupanquii comb. nov.
Pérez-Miles, F., Gabriel, R. & Sherwood, D. (2019). Neischnocolus Petrunkevitch, 1925, senior synonym of Ami Perez-Miles, 2008 and Barropelma Chamberlin, 1940 (Araneae: Theraphosidae). Arachnology 18(2): 150-155. ... See MoreSee Less
Adding to the nursery today we have Avicularia Peru purple and Cyriocosmus elegans (Trinidad Dwarf Tarantula). ... See MoreSee Less
I can hardly wait for both of these!
Theraphosa stirmi (Burgundy Goliath Birdeater Tarantula) These guys are coming along nicely! One of the many species in our nursery. ... See MoreSee Less
Theraphosa apophysis (Pink Foot Goliath Tarantula) First meal after molting. fearnottarantulas.com/product/theraphosa-apophysis/ ... See MoreSee Less
You can just go a head and send this one to me please. Just pm me for the address. .. I already have the Blondi and the Stirmi, this one is all I need.
Ooo if it werent for those urticating hairs!
It's so cuute
Ashleigh Kate Spice
Did you breed these yourself? Are you located in the USA
My 10 year old daughter is gonna want one, but she's already got a stirmi and two Lasiodora parahybana in addition to the rest of her collection.
2 weeks ago
Happy National Tarantula Appreciation Day!
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I want to cuddle ittttttt
Brianna, show walker
Whta the. No fair its not payday.. 🙁
Do wish u guys have any pumpkin patch
Brad Habermehl this is a damn good deal!
This... is amazing. I’ve wanted one for weeks now.. the time has come 😂🥰
It's showing it's "booty" PETKO - Dark Den.
cant wait to get mine!!
Just ordered 3, but you can throw an extra one in there if you’re feeling extra nice 😉
Another one is getting a new home. 🕷
I'm afraid to scroll up to delete that picture!!!🕷
Is there any way I can order 2 today and pick up at pet paradise tomorrow?
Is it really ⁉️ Well, I know I appreciate my T ☺️ and the man who brought me into this whole new world, this new fantastic point of view 🥰 hope it’s a great day for every1 👋🏻
We’ve only had our Grammostola quirogai from you for a few days, but Flayer has quite the mischievous personality already!❤️🕷❤️
Aaaargh, not paid until tomorrow!
My Rosie is molting right now! 1st molt in over 2 years!
Do you have any Trinidad dwarf tiger tarantula I'm really hoping to find a female for my bday the 18th of this month
Never met a tarantula I didn't Love!
Are you guys coming to the Daytona National Reptile Breeder Expo this year?
Just found out you guys have the formerly known as euthlus sp red! I ordered one! I have been wanting one of those forever! Sooooooo happy!
Fear Not apparel is now available. We have hoodies and shirts that are super comfy! Our logo is embroidered for a classy look. Over the next few days we will be adding more to the selection. fearnottarantulas.com/product-category/gear-apparel-and-more/ ... See MoreSee Less
These look so comfortable
May need to pick one of these up next time I place an order but I am currently not allowed to get anymore 🥺
I love this!!!
Am I reading it wrong or is shipping 45 dollars for a 45 dollar hoodie?
These hoodies are extremely soft and gorgeous!
That hoodie looks super comfy
Because ... spidering while listening to epic music makes you feel like you are saving the world! ... See MoreSee Less
See the Mystery Spider Event Reveal now! fearnottarantulas.com/mystery-spider-reveal-july-2019/ ... See MoreSee Less
I guessed 3 right!
Oh my gosh! Those are some EPIC species! Congrats to everyone that picked up some mystery Ts!
I wasn’t able to participate in this current event. Really regretting looking at the reveal right now lol
I am sooooo happy with this! I LOVEEEEE Phormictopus genus! Phormictopus sp dominican violet
Congratulations to everyone who ordered!
Yes!!!! Trippy little sling 🙂
Got 4 out of 7 and picked up the H. Devamatha. I'm happy about that. Good job everyone.
By any chance is there any P. tigrinawesseli left I'm starting a Peocilotheria collection I have 3 in my cart already will they be added to the spiderlings now?
I should have trusted my gut and got the Cosmic one. T-T such beautiful T's.
I predicted all of them except the Irminia. What a fantastic group, though! I nearly pulled the trigger on Devamatha, but I don’t think I’m ready to keep them.
I got all but one! But now they're revealed I want one of each
4 out of 7 right. Really wish I could have ordered some this time around. Maybe next time!
I ended up with one off each and got 4 off my want list down. Have to check into the h devamatha but so far it would be on my list also the p irminia was on list but got one as a freebie with the order so have 2 now
When does the next event start?
I would also like to know how often they do this event.
So sad I couldn't get in on this 😪
Theraphosa stirmi (The Burgundy Goliath Bird Eater). ... See MoreSee Less
Tempt me not...tempt me not...
Theraphosa stirmi (The Burgundy Goliath Bird Eater). We could feel movement in the sac as it was being held. This species has pretty large babies from the start! ... See MoreSee Less
Makes sense Haha
We pulled a Theraphosa stirmi (Burgundy Goliath BirdEater) sac today and were delighted to find quite a few very large spiderlings! ... See MoreSee Less
I bought one last week. You are shipping mine today! Which one is mine in the video? 😂😂😂
Dolichothele diamantinensis (Brazilian Blue Dwarf Beauty Tarantula) spiderlings were found! The coloration on this species is stunning. ... See MoreSee Less
I was wondering if these really are sold out already? Or is the list on the sight just in preparation for when they go on sale?
⭐️⭐️⭐️The first one to guess all 7 Mystery Spider species will receive their choice of Mystery spiders including delivery!
The following instructions must be followed to a "T" 😁😁
*Type the name of the team member whose spider it is and then your guess beside it. Example: "Michelle, Black Widow".
*All 7 must be listed within the same comment.
*All guesses must be on this post directly.
*Contest ends July 20th at midnight!⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Cyriocozmus leetzi-michelle Heteroscodra maculata-bj Hapoclastus devamantha-derek Psalmopoeus irmimia-kaylyn Theraphosa blondi-scott Poecilotheria metallica-stormy Caribena versicolor-sammy
The best I can do lol
BJ - Heteroscodra maculata Derek - Haploclastus devamatha Kaylyn- Pslamopoeus irminia Michelle- Pamphobeteus machala Sammy - Caribena versicolor Scott - Theraphosa stirmi Stormy - Poecilotheria metallica
Derek- Haploclastus devamatha Scott- Theraphosa stirmi Stormy- Poecilotheria metallica Michelle- Pamphobeteus machala Kaylyn- Psalmopoeus irminia BJ- phormingochilus sp rufus Samantha- Psalmopoeus victorii
Michelle- Sericopelma generala Sammy- Psalmopeous reduncus Scott- Theraposa stirmi Stormy- Poecilotheria Metallica BJ- Phormingochilus sp rufus Kaylyn- Psslmopoeus irminia Derek- Haploclastus devamatha
BJ: Phormingochilus sp. rufus Stormy: Poecilotheria metallica Derek: Orphnaecus sp. ‘Blue’ panay Kaylyn: Psalmopoeus irminia Sammy: Psalmopoeus reduncus Michelle: Pamphobeteus sp machala Scott: Theraphosa stirmi
BJ - P miranda Derek - H devamatha Kaylyn - P irminia Michelle - P sp. machala Sammy - P victori Scott - T blondi Stormy - P metallica
BJ - P miranda Derek - H devamatha Kaylyn - P irminia Michelle - P sp. solaris Sammy - P victori Scott - T blondi Stormy - P metallica
BJ: Phormingochilus carpenteri Derek: Haploclastus devamatha Kaylyn: Psalmopeus irminia Michelle: Pamphobeteus platyomma Sammy: Psalmopeus victori Scott: Theraphosa stirmi Stormy: Poecilotheria metallica I feel confident in like... 4-5 of them!
BJ - Heteroscodra maculata Derek - Haploclastus devamatha Kaylyn - Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus Michelle - Pamphobeteus sp. machala Sammy - Neostenotarsus sp suriname Scott - Ephebopus cyaneognathus Stormy - Poecilotheria metallica
BJ - Phormingochilus sp. rufus Derek - Haploclastus devamatha Kaylyn - Psalmopoeus irminia Michelle - Phampobeteus sp. machala Sammy - Neostenotarsus sp. suriname Scott - Theraphosa blondi Stormy - Poecilotheria metallica
Michelle, Pamphobeteus sp. machala Kaylynn, Psalmopoeus irminia Scott, Grammostola pulchra Sammy, Psalmopoeus reduncus Stormy, Poecilotheria metallica Derek, Haploclastus devomatha BJ, Poecilotheria regalis
BJ - Phormingochilus sp. rufus Derek - Cyriopagopus lividus Kaylyn - Psalmopoeus irminia Michelle - Pamphobeteus sp. machala Sammy - Caribena versicolor Scott – Theraphosa stirmi Stormy - Poecilotheria metallica
Here is my stab at it. Some I say just to be a little different. Bj- Poecilotheria Regalis (would be cool) Derek- H. Devamatha (I sure hope so) Scott- Phormictopus Cancerides Kaylyn- Psalmopoeus Irminia Sammy- Psalmopoeus victori Michelle- T. Violaceus ( that one was really hard) Stormy- Poecilotheria Metallica Good job everyone.
BJ, Omothymus Schiodtei Derek, Haploclastus Devamatha Kaylyn, Psalmopoeus Irminia Michelle, Phormictopus Cancerides Sammy, Caribena Versicolor Scott, Theraphosa Stirmi Stormy, Poecilotheria Metallica
BJ - P. Miranda Derek - H. Devamatha Kaylyn - C. Versicolor Michelle- P. Sp Machalla Sammy - N. Sp Suriname Scott - T. Stirmi Stormy - P. Metallica
Did anyone guess all 7 correctly?
Karen Grimes Andrews
BJ, Poecilotheria regalis Derek, Hapoclastus devamantha Kaylyn, Psalmopoeus Irminia Michelle, Pamphobeteus machala Sammy, Caribena versicolor Scott, Theraphosa stirmi Stormy, Poecilotheria metallica
Cyriocosmus leetzi (Columbian Dwarf Tarantula) This species only gets about 2". This is a beautiful, fiesty 1 1/2" female. We noticed these tend to stay out in the open more and are quite inquisitive little things. fearnottarantulas.com/product/cyriocosmus-leetzi-columbian-dwarf-tarantula-female-2/ ... See MoreSee Less
She's so beautiful and has a little cat face on her abdomen!! 💕
The Mystery Spiders have been posted! It will go until July 21st at midnight EST! Learn more here ... fearnottarantulas.com/product-category/mystery-spider/ ... See MoreSee Less
I saw another post saying there would be 8 choices, but I only see 7. Is there another one coming??
After driving all day to pick up the import, we arrived to find the Fear Not crew waiting to get everything housed! Samantha, Isaac and I had quite an adventure picking up this very large import of 4,300 tarantulas. We are updating the website with more accurate sizing now and have found most everything to be larger than we anticipated. Working with one of the most experienced and reliable exporters certainly has many benefits. Our imported spiderlings arrive on time and healthy and gives us the confidence to offer special pre-import deals. Thanks to everyone who participated in the pre-import sales! 😍 Back we go to unpacking! ... See MoreSee Less
Super awesome job! That’s like a dream job!
We will begin the much anticipated Mystery Spider Event on July 17th. It will run until the 21st. We have a phenomenal selection of 8 to choose from! Descriptions will be posted on the 17th! fearnottarantulas.com/product-category/mystery-spider/ ... See MoreSee Less
How does it work? First come, first serve? I’ve never done this before—hoping to try it!
There are always amazing deals in the mystery boxes!
My last mystery spider is one of my favorites in my collection!!! 🖤 🕷️ 🖤
Kyle Lundgren Madison Hartmann Mackenna Sinclair Bradley Baak ahhh
This is always so much fun!
Ive been waiting since feburary 😂
This week is too loooong
I just have to say I love that the mystery mascot logo guy is Perry the Platypus
Bye bye money I just made! 🤣
This will be my first mystery spider event! Im so excited ❤ Will it be new worlds as well as old worlds?
I am so sad that we have triple digit temps now and yet again I won't be able to participate. There isn't a fedex anywhere near me 🙁
Contemplating canceling my family vacation at the end of this month and using the $$ for mystery spiders!!!! If only the decision were up to just me =)
will these spiders be slings/juvenile/mature? asking because i am starting out and really want to expand my collection. My fiance is the one with most experience and he has had many (16) before. Just wanna know what to prepare for if i join in on this. lol
Michel F Whicker-Wilson Nick Frodna Renee Brazzale
Has anyone picked their choices yet???
They all sound awesome! <3
Welp, i picked min and 2 others fell in my cart. 🤣🤣🤣 Stormys Jewel, Heteropoda davidbowie, and Brachypelma albopilosum. My fiance is rolling his eyes at me and i just pointed to his fishtank 😂
I think this is what I want to do when I start my t collection again.
Real bummer every time I try to order it tells me I can’t that they are all sold out. Maybe next time
Has there been a better time to delve into the world of having your own Poecilotheria metallica (Gooty Sapphire Ornamental) ?
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I'm going to have to get another one from you .
Nicci White I need this
I want this, but I'm still too scared of teleportation.
I think they are STUNNING! I'm not ready for that OW speed though.
Sue Ellen Hughes
Mine just molted today and it's so pretty
My 2 metallica's are doing great, showing a bit of that blue coloration after their last molts
Deb Rose here's another beauty.
Hey Fear Not Tarantulas, Inc Ya’ll got any females to buy?? Our male recently earned his “gloves” 😊
Autumn McConaughay I had this ornamental. She was beautiful
I know you don't like em but look how pretty it is Olivia McKenzie
Wish it didn’t have to be 10 at a time!
I'd love to have one
I just traded mine for a snake I’d been wanting, now I miss it dearly, and on top of that the person just informed me it died ☹️☹️☹️ It was only about an inch or so, but it was my little spaz! I promised my family no more animals, but if I keep seeing these posts in here I might have to break my promise 🤣
We have a Mexican red knee she is a beauty 🕷💛
A Gooty communal. How awesome would that be?!!
Didn't know they was a communal species.
Is there a better time to delve into the world of having your own Poecilotheria metallica (Gooty Sapphire Ornamental) communal?
www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dQmcUsjcZY&fbclid=IwAR380UHIFQq-bcrk5h7RsrOzKeaq0ZiZmNvwZm_P7_YdFrUPNLOa... ... See MoreSee Less
Can c.versicolor have a communal?
Sue Ellen Hughes Hunter Hughes
Psalmopoeus victori (Darth Maul Tarantula) An amazingly beautiful creature with two-toned coloration! fearnottarantulas.com/product/psalmopoeus-victorii-tarantula/ ... See MoreSee Less
Lots of females. Only 7 days left!
Hapl. robustum / blue femur
Ornit. sp. Mindanao South
Ornithoctonus sp. Koh Chang
Pamphobeteus spec. Costa
Pamphobeteus spec. Mascara
Pamphobeteus spec. Penta
(ex Cyriopagopus sp. Sulawesi Black)
Theraphosinae sp Roatan
Xenesthis immanis ... See MoreSee Less
Is this only for pick up at Tinley, or are these gonna be shipped out?
Omg. This list is glorious.
Hey there! Is Grammastola quirogai officially the same species as Grammastola pulchra or are they two separate species getting mixed up in the hobby? I just making sure I have this right in my head. 🙃
Are the E. murinus all spoken for already? They’re listed as out if stock on the website but I wasn’t sure if that was because they’re pre-order or because those that were lined up are gone.
Pseudoclamoris gigas (ex Tapinauchenius) (Orange Tree Spider Tarantula) This spiderling behaved particularly well for a photo-shoot, which was unexpected! fearnottarantulas.com/product/pseudoclamoris-tapinauchenius-gigas-12/ ... See MoreSee Less
Very nice shot
Heather Marie Evans
Chilobrachys dyscolus (Vietnam Blue Tarantula) ... See MoreSee Less
Heteroscodra maculata (Togo Starburst Baboon Tarantula)
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I love this species.
Contest Time! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Heteroscodra maculata (Togo Starburst) sac.
The transformation spiderlings make is simply amazing! 🕷
We are separating them at this very moment. The person who comes closest to the number in the sac without going over will not pay shipping next time. See the link below for other details. fearnottarantulas.com/contest-shipping/ . Post your response below. Contest ends at noon EST Saturday. 😎😎 ... See MoreSee Less
Lots of orders to pack! We don't normally see GBBs (Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens) give us an attitude while we prepare them for their journey, but this little fellow ..... What do you think he/she is telling us? ... See MoreSee Less
Oh, you call yourselves Fear Not Tarantulas? Well you'd better fear me because I'm scary, you hear me?! 🤣 😂
Bug off and fear me...please
Dunno, looks like it’s waving goodbye 😀
Looks like its dancing!
'Better be 1st Class!'
Still hungry no go in the bottle!
I want dis many snacks
Grrr am spood fear my tiny fuzziness >:E lol
Looks like he's saying hell nooo to small of a container maybe he or she is claustrophobic lol
Come at me, bro! 🕷️
See the mom in me anthropomorphizing says "noooo...dont send me away!"
Doesn't want to go 😂
He must be related to the GBB you sold me last year. Mine has that same attitude. 😂😂
If you think I'am gonna crawl down that tube, you are mistaken!!!
“You better work!”
I want hugs
The one I bought from you ran out of the tube so fast I almost lost her and she’s getting so big!
In a voice like someone's on helium: ROAR!!! Will it/can it bite you?
The GBB I have from you also has a ‘tude. Funny little thing. Always tries to run right out of the enclosure every time I open the door! ‘You cannot contain me!!!!!’
ChrisDebbi Piotti Walsh lets buy some friends lol
Peucetia lucasi “Green Lynx Spider” from Madagascar! What a magnificent creature
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#2 was the only one that listed a scientific name. Neat video, but I'm disappointed it relies on external links to fill in what the video lacks, instead of external links building on video content.
I’m interested in your female Mexican fireleg
if you aren't near the area, can you hold then ship?
Ceratogyrus marshalli (Straight Horned Baboon tarantula).
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All baboons are awesome
We are very excited about finding this sac! Theraphosa stirmi (The Burgundy Goliath Bird Eater)
tomsbigspiders.com/2015/01/28/theraphosa-stirmi-the-burgundy-goliath-bird-eater/ ... See MoreSee Less
Togo starburst baboon?
Damnit I missed it by two days.
Are y’all expecting to have any Gooty Sapphire in the near future?
What methods do you use to find out how a 2.5" pamphobeteus tigris is Male or female? Serious inquiry.
The Fear Not packing team! ... See MoreSee Less
awesome shirts! especially the Nirvana one!
Just got our tarantulas a few weeks ago. They came in perfect! Thank you all!!!
Psalmopoeus cambridgei (Trinidad Chevron). We got quite a lot of breeding done yesterday. Normally our female cambridgei play nicely but this one chased after the poor guy. Stormy had her tongs ready but it was not enough to keep her from pursuing him so I quickly jumped in with what I had in my hand. She grabbed the pen and pulled it in with some strength ... we let her hold onto that pen for as long as she wanted! ... See MoreSee Less
They must've had a backlog of signatures to mail out...
Is he ok?
Fine looking T right there. I’ve been wanting to get a Cambridgei sling for a while now. Incidentally is there any way to pay with multiple cards on your website? I have a prepaid card that I want to use up.
It would be nice to see more juveniles in the 2"+ range, how are your GBB's doing?
Give her some paper! I wanna know what she has to say 😂
She is absolutely stunning. Also I’m sure she’s just finishing her tax returns 🤭
You're never getting that back 🙃
Heteroscodra maculata (Togo Starburst) spiderlings will be available soon! fearnottarantulas.com ... See MoreSee Less
Give it up for H.macs, the ones you DON’T want to get away!! 😂🕷🕸
How do you guys decide when they are big enough to ship?
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That’s an expensive setup
So Tom is fnt?
Brian Lemmons do you have a communal setup?
Just 3 regalis slings at the moment. I've had bigger communals of striata and fasciata at one time.
Heather Marie Evans
Recommendations as far as size/dimension, stocking, and setup go?
One day I will have a Balfouri communal, really enjoy watching them interact. Tom has some really awesome husbandry videos too, his YouTube channel is worth checking out.
Acanthoscurria geniculata (Giant White Knee) 3/4″
Ami sp. Panama (Gold Banded Sunburst Dwarf) 1/4″ +
Aphonopelma bicoloratum (Mexican Blood Leg) 1/2″ ZERO for certain orders
Aphonopelma bicoloratum (Mexican Blood Leg) Well started at 1/2″ – 3/4″
Aphonopelma chalcodes (Arizona Blonde) 1/2″
Aphonopelma moderatum (Rio Grande Gold) for sale 3/4″
Aphonopelma mooreae (Mexican Jade Fuego) 3/4″
Avicularia avicularia (Guyan Pinktoe) 3/4″
Avicularia minatrix (Venezuelan Redstripe Pink Toe) nearly 1″
Avicularia purpurea (Purple Pinktoe) 3/4″ – 1″
Avicularia avicularia (Guyan Pinktoe) 3/4″
Brachypelma albiceps (Golden Red Rump) very nearly 1/2″ + ZERO for certain orders!
Brachypelma albiceps (Golden Red Rump) very nearly 1/2″ *Rarely Offered*
Brachypelma albopilosum (Honduran Curly Hair) ¼”, ½”, and 1″
Brachypelma Albopilosum (Honduran Curly Hair) 1/4″ – 1/2″ ZERO for orders 75.00 or over. ONE freebie per shipment please
Brachypelma hamorii (smithi) (Mexican Redknee) 3/4″ for sale
Brachypelma klaasi (Mexican Pink) 3/4″
Brachypelma sabulosum (Guatemalan Redrump ) 1″ spiderlings
Brachypelma schroederi (Mexican Black Velvet ) 1″
Brachypelma vagans (Mexican Redrump ) 1″
Brachypelma vagans (Mexican Redrump ) 3/4″ ZERO for certain orders!
Caribena (Avicularia) versicolor (Antilles Pinktoe ) 3/4″ *Comes with a 50 dram vial, substrate, and leaves to use as a habitat for 2 molt cycles.
Caribena laeta (Puerto Rican Pink Toe ) 3 1/2″ Female
Ceratogyrus darlingi (Rear Horned Baboon ) 1″
Ceratogyrus marshalli (Straight Horned Baboon ) 1″
Ceratogyrus meridionalis (Zimbabwe Baboon) 3/4"
Chaetopelma olivaceum (Middle East Gold ) 1/2″ – 3/4″
Chilobrachys sp. “Electric Blue” 1″
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (Green BottleBlue, GBB ) 1″
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (Green BottleBlue, GBB ) 1″ ZERO for certain orders!
Crypsidromus sp. Costa Rica (Panama Black Emilia ) 2″ Female These spiderlings are 1 1/2 years old.
Cyriocosmus aueri 3/4″ – another beautiful dwarf species
Cyriocosmus bertae (Peruvian Dwarf Beauty ) 3/4″
Cyriocosmus bicolor (ex.chicoi) 1/2″
Cyriocosmus leetzi (Columbian Dwarf ) 1/4″ ZERO for certain orders!
Cyriocosmus leetzi (Columbian Dwarf ) 1/2″
Cyriocosmus perezmilesi (Bolivian Dwarf Beauty ) about 1″
Cyriocosmus perezmilesi (Bolivian Dwarf Beauty ) 3/4″
Cyriocosmus perezmilesi (Bolivian Dwarf Beauty ) 3/4″ ZERO for certain orders!
Cyriocosmus Peruvianus (was sp Rio Nanay) 3/4″
Cyriocosmus Venezuelensis 3/4″ + *Rare dwarf*
Cyriopagopus schmidti “Gold” 1 1/2″ – 1 3/4″
Cyriopagopus (ex. Haplopelma) minax (Thailand Black ) 1 1/2″
Cyriopagopus robustus (formerly Haplopelma robustum) PAIR Male and Female 4″
Cyriopagopus sp. hati hati 1″
Cyriopagopus sp. Sumatran Tiger 1 1/2″ – 2″
Diplura sp Rurrenabaque (Curtain-Web Spider) Adult Female 2″
Dolomedes tenebrosus (Dark Fishing Spider) Juvenile
Dragon – newly hatched
Fine Tipped Feeding Tongs. Great for grabbing small prey. High Quality Stainless Steel Fine Tipped.
Fufius spec.Rurrenabaque “Gold” Bolivia Spider about 1/2″
A Gift Certificate!
Grammostola actaeon ( Brazilian Redrump ) 1 1/2″”
Grammostola actaeon ( Brazilian Redrump ) 1″ – 1 1/4″ ZERO for certain orders!
Grammostola iheringi (Entre Rios ) 1 1/2″ Beautiful spiderlings that start off looking like miniature adults!
Grammostola iheringi (Entre Rios ) 1″ – 1 1/4″ Beautiful spiderlings that start off looking like miniature adults! ZERO for certain orders!
Grammostola quirogai (Brazilian Black ) cf Grammostola pulchra 1″ – 1 1/2″ **This is the same species we know as G. pulchra*
Grammostola pulchripes (Chaco Golden Knee) 1″
Grammostola rosea (Chilean Rose ) Red color form 1″
Grammostola rosea (Chilean Rose ) Red color form 3/4″ ZERO for orders 275 and over (before shipping) *One freebie per shipment please.
Haploclastus devamatha (was Thrigmopoeus psychedelicus) (Polychromatic Earth Tiger) 1 1/4″ – 1 1/2″
Haplopelma / Cyriopagopus longipes (Cambodian Earth Tiger) 3/4"
Harpactira baviana 2 1/2″ Male
Harpactira pulchripes (Golden Blue Leg Baboon) 3/4″ ZERO for certain orders!
Harpactira pulchripes (Golden Blue Leg Baboon ) 1 1/2″ – 2″
Harpactira pulchripes (Golden Blue Leg Baboon ) 2″ presumed Male
Harpactira pulchripes (Golden Blue Leg Baboon ) 3/4″ – 1″
Heteropoda davidbowie spiderlings 3/4″ *SHIPPED PRE-HOUSED! Bred by Dr. Linda Rayor of Cornell University.
Heterothele villosella (Tanzanian Chestnut Baboon ) 3/4″ +
Heterothele villosella (Tanzanian Chestnut Baboon ) 1/2″ + ZERO for orders 150 and over! One Freebie per shipment please.
Heterothele villosella (Tanzanian Chestnut Baboon ) 1/2″
Hogna schmitzi (Porto Santo Wolfspider) from Porto Santo Island about 3/4″
Holothele longipes (was sanguiniceps) (Trinidad Pink ) right at 1/2″
Hysterocrates gigas (Cameroon Red Baboon ) 1″
Hysterocrates gigas (Cameroon Red Baboon ) about 3/4″ ZERO for certain orders!
Hysterocrates gigas (Cameroon Red Baboon ) 3/4″+ Communal Group of 5
Idiothele mira (Blue Foot Baboon ) 1″
Idiothele mira (Blue Foot Baboon ) 3/4″ ZERO for certain orders!
Kochiana brunnipes (Dwarf Pink Leg ) about 3/4″ – 1″
Lampropelma nigerrimum arboricola (ex Borneo Black) 1″
Lampropelma nigerrimum (Sanghi Island ) 1″
Lasiodora parahybana – (Brazilian Salmon Pink Birdeater ) 1/2″
Lyrognathus giannisposatoi from Indonesia 1 1/2″
Megaphobema mesomelas (Costa Rican Red Leg ) 2 1/2″ Male
Monocentropus balfouri (Socotra Island Blue Baboon ) 3/4″ - 1”
Neoholothele incei Gold (Trinidad Olive ) 1″ – 1 1/4″ Well Established!
Neoholothele incei (Trinidad Olive) 3/4″ ZERO for certain orders!
Neoholothele incei (Trinidad Olive ) 3/4″ - 1 ¼”
Neostenotarsus sp suriname 3/4″ GREEN – beautiful green carapace and legs!
Nhandu carapoensis (Brazilian Red ) 1″
Nhandu carapoensis (Brazilian Red ) 1″ ZERO for orders 150 and over! (Not including shipping) *One freebie per shipment please.
Nhandu chromatus (Brazilian Red & White ) 3″ Unsexed
Nhandu coloratovillosus (Brazilian Black and White ) 1/4″ ZERO for orders 50 and over *One freebie per shipment please*
Nhandu coloratovillosus (Brazilian Black and White ) 1/4″, ¾” – 1”
Omothymus schioedtei (Malaysian Earthtiger ) 1″
Orphnaecus sp. kakitebal 3″ Male
Pamphobeteus cf antinous (Steely Blue Leg ) 2″”
Pamphobeteus sp. tigris 2”, 3″
Pamphobeteus sp. tigris 2 1/2″ Female
Pamphobeteus sp. tigris 2″ – 2 1/2″ Presumed Male
Pelinobius muticus (King Baboon ) 1″+ ZERO for certain orders.
Pelinobius muticus (King Baboon ) 1″
Peucetia lucasi “Green Lynx Spider” from Madagascar! 3/4 – 1″
Phormictopus auratus ( Bronze ) 1 1/4″
Phormictopus Cancerides (Haitian Brown ) 1″
Phormingochilus Carpenteri (Sulawesi Black ) 1 “
Phormingochilus sp. rufus (Peach Earth Tiger ) 1 1/2″
Phormingochilus sp. Sabah Blue 2″ – 2 1/2″
Plesiopelma sp. Bolivia 3/4″
A Plush / Spider. 16″ leg span! Unsexed Handling of this species is encouraged.
Poecilotheria regalis (Indian Ornamental ) 1 1/2″
Poecilotheria striata (Mysore Ornamental ) 1 1/2″
Poecilotheria subfusca Lowland (Ivory Ornamental) 2 1/2″ + Virginia ONLY
Psalmopoeus cambridgei (Trinidad Chevron ) 3/4″ – 1″
Psalmopoeus cambridgei (Trinidad Chevron ) about 1/2″ + ZERO for certain orders.
Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus 3/4″ – 1″
Psalmopoeus irminia (Venezuelan Suntiger ) 3/4″ – 1″
Psalmopoeus irminia (Venezuelan Suntiger) 3/4″ ZERO for certain orders.
Psalmopoeus reduncus (Costa Rican Orange Mouth ) 1″
Psalmopoeus victori aka victorii (Darth Maul aka Mexican Half & Half ) 1 1/2″ – 2″ *Rare*
Pseudhapalopus sp Blue about 1/2″
Pseudhapalopus trinitatis (Trinidad Copper Top ) 1″
Pseudoclamoris gigas (ex Tapinauchenius) (Orange Tree Spider ) 1 1/2″
Pterinochilus murinus (Orange Baboon , OBT) 1″
Scopelobates sericeus (Dominican Republic ) ex. Holothele 1/2″
Selenocosmia samarae (Samar Cave ) 2″
Sericopelma generala (Costa Rican Black ) 1″
Sericopelma melanotarsum (Costa Rican Pink Footed ) PAIR! Female and Male 3″
Sericopelma sp. Santa Catalina 2 1/2 – 3″ Female
Stromatopelma calceatum (Feather Leg Baboon ) 1/2″ – 3/4″
Spiderling Husbandry – by Tom Moran of Tom’s Big Spiders – Downloadable PDF *Available for ALL purchases
Theraphosa apophysis (Pink Foot Goliath ) 2″
Theraphosa blondi (Goliath Birdeater ) 3″ – 3 1/2″ Presumed Male
Theraphosinae sp gamboa about 1″ *Rare – Newly available dwarf species
Vial – Large 50 dram 4 1/4″ tall x 1 7/8″ wide. Includes substrate. Good for spiderlings 1/2 to 1″”
Xenesthis immanis (Colombian Lesserblack ) 2″
Make it a package! Add a habitat, substrate, foliage, and feeders for 2 weeks! Some packages come with a 30 day guarantee. Live arrival is guaranteed INCLUDING in the case of a shipping delay! ... See MoreSee Less
Ooo Dragons. Finally...!
How much for the dragons?
I have my order started! Just waiting for the funds!
Hmmm I see the species I really want, but I'm looking for one a bit more mature and sexed female, Acanthoscurria geniculata to be specific. Is that something you ever offer?
Pic of fishing spider?
Got any p.saloris coming in?
Emily Roth ☺
I love you guys
Is there verified background, locality or pairing information on the C. minax slings? I’ve been wondering about them since they first got added a few months ago. I just don’t want to end up with more C. vonwirthi or C. longipes. I know you guys are really on top of things, I just want to be sure.
Grammostola iheringi (Entre Rios Tarantula) 1 1/2" Beautiful spiderlings full of spunk! On sale till Sunday! fearnottarantulas.com/product/grammostola-iheringi-entre-rios-tarantula/ ... See MoreSee Less
10/10 would buy again.
Stephen Geron. A rios
I have a 2.5 inch, I love it, it hates me with every fiber of it's being and every hair on its butt. <3
These things put on serious size between molts. Absolutely crazy.
Looks like a fuzzy bee with long legs!!!!!!! So adorable!!!!!!!!
I love my G irheringi from Fear Not Tarantulas, inc. Highly recommend this one.
I just saw this and it’s Sunday!
I love mine I got from you guys. Definitely has the most personality of all my T's so far
Ché Dylan Graham look how cute they are! Looks like patty when she was a baby 😍😍😍
12/10 good girl, helping manage the facebooks~ good typist
I got my G. Iheringi from you all in September! He is such a wonderful spider. I absolutely love him!
Dang I was talking to Tanya about these a few weeks ago and I have no idea how I missed this sale 😔😔
We are excited to be able to announce something that has already had an impact on how keepers, retailers, and the creatures we enjoy so much are viewed by many professionals in other industries.
We have always seen the importance of representing the community of tarantula keepers in a professional way. By having honorable business practices, we know we can have an impact on decisions made that affect all of us while at the same time cause people to take another look at the creatures we all adore. I would not have come to admire tarantulas myself had it not been for seeing someone else have such a great appreciation for them and learning about the many fine attributes they have. I have my nephew, Justin, to thank for that. Changing public perception with positive enthusiasm and education can do amazing things that help keepers as well as tarantulas.
We have been working closely with FedEx, legal experts, many of the top venom, arachnid, and entomology experts, USARK ( United States Association of Reptile Keepers) as well as some well respected leaders in the hobby to show shipping spiders can be done safely. Convincing FedEx to rethink their official stance was a group effort and with so much at stake, we knew it was important to bring together the best and most passionate professionals in the academic and legal worlds.
The collective efforts have paid off and Fear Not Tarantulas is the first to be given the ‘official’ go-ahead under a special exemption to ship spiders. The shipping standards for live animals are quite high, but when shipping a venomous creature, there are special precautions that will be required to keep FedEx handlers safe. It is very important that all shippers be consistent in keeping the standards that FedEx sets forth. In doing so, other carriers may also reconsider their rules which will allow for more competition and the possibility of better shipping rates ... which we would all very much like to see.
We have the USARK ( United States Association of Reptile Keepers) to thank for getting the ball rolling on this. Many do not realize that much of the work they do has an impact on tarantula as well as reptile keeping. Fear Not Tarantulas is proud to be a "Gold" member of the USARK and we encourage all keepers to support their efforts by becoming a member in whatever capacity they can. We will be making further exciting announcements about that shortly.
As many know, the safest way to ship is through FedEx. Universities, zoos, retailers, and hobbyists ship using FedEx, and though we have not hidden what we ship, spiders have not been on their list of shippable animals.
Many busy people took time to help with this and we are truly thankful. We are certainly glad to be able to say approval was given because it could have gone the other way which would have had dire consequences for keepers and retailers.
To become an approved shipper of spiders, please contact FedEx. There are specific guidelines and packing methods to follow. Questions concerning that process is best handled by FedEx directly and WILL NOT be answered by Fear Not as it could become a legal matter. ... See MoreSee Less
Anything to Canada?
Is there anything special us customers need to do to be able to receive shipped spiders from you?
Awesome news! Also, out of curiosity, FedEx has extended their shipping to include weekends as well. How will this change your shipping options and availability?
Is there an email we can send a request to become an approved shipper? Is there a fee?
That is amazing!!!
This is great
Are you doing to start shipping to Mexico soon? :c
Does this change shipping prices ??
Great news, thank you for sharing fear not.
Need to get USPS on board now.
Can someone explain what I'm missing? I thought FNT has been shipping Ts through FedEx for awhile now. I am not sure what I'm misunderstanding about this post.
Excellent news!!!! I’ll never forget the first time I picked up a package and thrilled I said “my babies are here” and the clerk went on to say ......” babies , what babies, we don’t ship live ...blah blah blah ....” I thought quickly and said “they’re not alive” . That was how I learned that T’s weren’t on the list of accepted critters to ship! I left that place wondering how people go through life knowing these animals are kept as pets yet never thinking about how we get them. I certainly can’t go in the back yard in Connecticut and catch a Tarantula. CONGRATULATIONS FNT, this is a HUGE accomplishment. You took a risk that many others didn’t take yet all will reap the reward. You literally “risked it all” because many people just don’t like spiders. This really could’ve had a different outcome. I’m very proud to be your customer (repeatedly)
Do you allow people to purchase tarantulas in person? I might be willing to make a trip out there! I prefer to pick up my T’s ❤️ if at all possible. Not sure if you are looking for any MM’s but I have a few I am going to be maturing and could possibly loan him if I made a trip out there...just FYI!
Hey Tanya glad this worked out!
Congrats we needed this...thanks for all your hard work 😉
Is shipping within state still going to be around 50 dollars? That's what keeps me from ordering from anyone really.
Would they ship international?
Do you ship to Mexico?
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Hapalopus sp. Columbia "Large" Mature Male. This spunky species has great coloration! ... See MoreSee Less
I love mine that I got from you guys! We named him Lucky due to a failed escape attempt and brush with death lol.
Love mine!! 😀💖
These guys are awesome!!!!!!!! I loved mine!!!!!! Curious little girl she was haha if she could crawl up my hand she would. Not skittish at all even as an inchling lol. When i seen this pic my first thought was "now theres a sexy boy!" Haha. I love their colors. They are stunners and this guy is no exception! Hopefully you got some pretty ladies lined up for him 🙂
Felisha Parrish This is one of the ones I was gonna order, it’s common name is the pumpkin patch lol
Hey Deb Rose
He has some really long legs
Had my female for maybe 6 years now. I have an indexed sling as well. Can’t wait to sex that one and possibly breed my female.
On my list 👍
Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus - a very cool tarantula from Ecuador fearnottarantulas.com/product/psalmopoeus-ecclesiasticus-tarantula/ ... See MoreSee Less
Y U add to my wishlist!?
I’m really loving this
There's got to be a story behind that name. Did a cardinal find one in his bed? Did a bishop open the bible to psalms and there it was? Inquiring minds want to know. (No. Google wasn't much help.)
My goodness, what a photogenic spood! Look at that model pose!