How big does a Suntiger tarantula get?

These T’s are fast growing and once mature, females are generally around 5-6“ for an adult female while males are usually around 4-5”.

Are Suntiger Tarantulas docile?

They’re soft, docile, a new addition can be exciting because you have yet to gauge their temperament, some are hard ass, some are softies, some have attitude. Buying legally bred tarantula is vital.

Are Suntiger tarantulas arboreal?

Psalmopoeus Irminia or “Venezuelan Suntiger” Is an absolutely stunning arboreal spider whose genus name has Greek roots meaning “create song.” With a genus full of absolutely stunning spiders, it’s not hard to see how they would serve as a muse.

Is Venezuelan Suntiger aggressive?

It’s temperament is generally manageable, it’s only during feeding, cleaning or maintenance that one should take care because Psalmopoeus irminia is known to be unpredictable and skittish, turning to defensive and even aggressive if they are constantly provoked or feel trapped in a corner. Their hide is their home.

How long does a Venezuelan Suntiger tarantula live?

The Venezuelan suntiger is an arboreal tarantula native to Venezuelan and can be found in parts of Brazil and Guyana. They get to be around 5-6 inches in length and can live between 5-20 years. Females live much longer anywhere between 10-20 years while males only around 5-6.

How big does a green bottle blue get?

The Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens. Also known as the Green Bottle Blue Tarantula or the GBB. This is a New World, semi-arboreal tarantula that comes from Northern Venezuela, Paraguana region. They are considered to have a medium growth rate and reach a leg span from 4.5-6 in when full grown.

How long do p Irminia live?

Life expectancy: Females become up to 12 years old. Males are given a shorter lifetime of 3-4 years. Behavior: The spider will try to flee at first, persistent provocation can result in multiple bites. Psalmopoeus irminia is notorious to being very defensive and unpredictable.

Is P Irminia Old World?

Registered. mcluskyisms said: New World. Every tarantula that doesn’t come from either of the Americas are classed as Old World, and those that do are New World.

Can you hold a Pumpkin Patch tarantula?

Like all tarantulas, handling should be kept to a minimum. Pumpkin Patch Ts are known to be very fast and skittish. They rarely go into a defensive posture and even more rarely kick hairs.

Can you handle a green bottle blue tarantula?

The can be skittish but inquisitive which leads them to bite repeatedly but I’ve never seen any aggression apart from the female to the male for breeding – these are exceptionally hard to breed. Handling tarantula isn’t recommend as they’re too fragile.