NW=New World OW=Old World AB=Arboreal TR=Terrestrial

Straight Horned Baboon

Straight Horned Baboon (Ceratogyrus marshalli)
1/2" $29 each

This beautiful African species from Zimbabwe and Mozambique, are part of a group of "horned" tarantulas. C. marshalli's horn is straight, and has little white lines running down the horn. Overall grey, with a black carapace with lines from the horn, spead out like a star pattern, and a star burst pattern on the abdomen, typical in many "baboon" species. Deep burrowers, they also like to web. Aggressive, but easy to work with! Reaching 5" as adults! Hatched in the U.S. by Tom Patterson, don't let these horned gems get away!

Ornamental Baboon

Ornamental Baboon (Heteroscodra maculata)
1/2", $20 each
Also known as the Togo Starburst Baboon, this fantastic African arboreal is quite secretive, but once out in the open, can be seen in all it's glory! Grey, white, and black coloration in a very cryptic pattern. Aggressive, reaching 5"-6"...unique species!
Amazon Sapphire Pinktoe
Amazon Sapphire Pinktoe

Amazon Sapphire Pinktoe (Ybyrapora diversipes)
1/2", $49 each
Recently moved from the genus Avicularia to the genus Ybyrapora, this beautiful Brazilian species that goes through some intense color changes! As babies they have an emerald green carapace, blue legs, with purple markings on their tarsus! The abdomen has a bright red center with cheveron markings on the sides! These are stunning! As adults they change to having a purple carapace, aqua blue legs, rusty red markings on the tarsus, and metatarsus! Although these look sweet, they are a bit aggressive. Keep like other Avicularia species, these reach 4.5" as adults! Get em while I got em!

Price List Arranged in Alphabetical Order by Scientific Name



Brazilian White Banded

Brazilian White Banded (Acanthoscurria brocklehursti)
1/2", $20 each
Beautiful Brazilian species which is similar to A. geniculata, but has thinner leg banding. Deep dark brown to black background color with bright white banding. Large and impressive reaching 8" as adults!! Hatched in the U.S. by Tom Patterson! Add one to your collection!!

Giant White Knee

Giant White Knee (Acanthoscurria geniculata)
1/2", $20 each
From the northern region of Santarem, Brazil, comes this fantastic terrestrial beauty! Dark, almost black, with red setae on the abdomen and thick white bands on each leg segment, but quite prominent on patella. Although they can be aggressive at times, many consider these gentle enough to handle, which adds to this spiders appeal. Reaches an 8" legspan as adults! Hatched in the U.S. by Jose Berrios of Exoskeleton Invertebrates!! Don't let them get away!!


Costa Rican Zebra

Costa Rican Zebra (Aphonopelma seemanni)
1/2", $29 each
Classic Costa Rican species that is quite rare as captive born offspring in the hobby! These are a real "looker", with white leg striping on a deep dark blue to grey background color. Easy to keep, reaches 5"....Beautiful spider!





Nicaraguan Curly Hair

Nicaraguan Curlyhair (Brachypelma albopilosum)
1/2", $20 each
These beauitiful spiders from Nicaragua, are robust and curly! Not to be confused with the Honduran Curlyhair's, which are north of Nicaragua. Like it's common name suggests, these have extremely fuzzy golden brown setae covering the legs, making this spider appear bulky. Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Jose Berrios! Reaching 5"-6" as adults!! A true hobby icon!

Mexican Redknee

Mexican Redknee (Brachypelma hamorii)
1/4", $35 each
Hands down one of the most popular spiders in the hobby! Recently, name was changed from B. smithi to B. hamorii. B. smithi is now, what once was B. annitha. Confusing isn't it? These fantastically colored Mexican wonders have not only looks, but are quite docile and very easy to keep. But wait, that's not all....They have been known to have incredibly long lifespans, with records in excess of 25 years! However, they, like many other Mexican multi-colored beauties, do have urticating hairs that many find irritating to skin. I've always found them well worth the "itch"! Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Austin Spears! Reach 6" as adults. 4 **** on these!

Mexican Redrump

Mexican Redrump (Brachypelma vagans)
1", $20 each
This staple Mexican species has been around for ages, but is still very popular and beautiful! Overall black with bright red abdominal setae! Often underated because of its availability, these are sure sweet! Reaching 6" and stocky! Bred in the U.S. by breeder Jenn Keshishian!! These are all around a great spider!!




Curved Horned Baboon

Curved Horn Baboon (Ceratogyrus darlingi)
3/4" $25 each

This fantastic African horned species from Mozambique and Zimbabwe, are an overall greyish brown, with dashes of beige, black, pink, and white. Their foveal protuberance or “horn”, curves backwards, and these have a black mask covering the eye cluster. Aggressive as with most horned species, reaching 5" as adults. These are neat!


Asian Smokey (Chilobrachys dyscolus "blue")
3/4", $25 each, Just Hatched At Swift's!!
This beautiful yet aggressive Chilobrachys species from South Vietnam, is a smokey grey with blue legs as adults. These need deep substrate for burrowing, and kept semi-moist. They get big, reaching 7" as adults! This species represents Swift's Invertebrates 109th tarantula species successfully produced!! Don't pass em up!!

Asian Smokey (Chilobrachys dyscolus "blue")
1", $35 each
This beautiful yet aggressive Chilobrachys species from South Vietnam, is a smokey grey with blue legs as adults. Rare in the tarantula hobby, these need deep substrate for burrowing, and kept semi-moist. These get big, reaching 7" as adults! Don't pass em up!!







Bolivian Dwarf Tigerump

Bolivian Dwarf Tigerump (Cyriocosmus perezmilesi)
1/8", $32 each
Sweet looking little Bolivian species, named in honor of Dr. Fernando Pérez-Miles. Like other species in the genus Cyriocosmus, these little dwarfs have a beautiful heart shaped mirror-patch, with "tiger" type stripeing on sides of abdomen. Dark grey legs from the middle of the femur to the tarsus, and a reddish-orange carapace. Gentle in nature, reaching 2" as adults. Bred in the U.S. by breeder Jonah Lazich, don't pass these up!!
Photo Courtesy of Anastasia Haroldsen.



Puerto Rican Pygmy

Puerto Rican Pygmy (Cyrtopholis portoricae)
1/2", $29 each
Small, but vicious! Two toned brown and black, with a bit of striping on "knees". Look like a miniature L. striatus, "kinda"! Neat little buggers! Reaching 4". Hatched in the U.S. by Sue Anderson!









Himalayan Earth Tiger

Himalayan Earth Tiger (Haplocosmia himalayana)
1/2", $59 each
Beautiful spider from the Northern India and Nepal regions. These have a multitude of color with legs being dark grey to black from tarsus to tibia, along with the femur. Patella, trocanter, coxa and prosoma are a bold beige color! After molting, a faint purple can be seen on femurs mostly, but does fade. Deep burrowers, these do web a lot. Husbandry seems to be similar to species in the genus Chilobrachys. Reaching 4"- 5" as adults, don't let this unique beauties slip away!
Photo Courtesy of Jose Berrios.


Dwarf Colombian Pumpkin Patch

Dwarf Colombian Pumpkin Patch (Hapalopus sp. "Colombian Small")
1/4", $32 each
Beautiful "true" dwarf species! Similar in coloration to the Colombian Pumpkin Patch (Hapolopus sp. "Pumkin Patch") yet these don't get much larger than 2" as adults!! Gold, orange and black, with an orange spotted abdomen! Babies are tiny, but grow quick! Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Tom Patterson!! A dwarf lovers dream!!
Photo Courtesy of Tom Patterson.


Cape Copper Baboon
Cape Copper Baboon

Cape Copper Baboon (Harpactira cafreriana)
3/4", $99 each, RARE!
Beautiful South African baboon spider! H. cafreriana, from the southwestern Cape, South Africa. Copper to orange overall coloration, with typical "starburst" pattern seen in most Harpactira. Basic tarantula care for these, reaching 4" as adults! Bottom photo is of a mature male! Get em quick!
Photos Courtesy of Tom Patterson.

Namaqualand Silver Baboon

Namaqualand Silver Baboon (Harpactira namaquensis)
3/4", $89 each, RARE!
Beautiful South African baboon spider! H. namaquensis from northwestern South Africa, Namaqualand. Grey to silver overall coloration, with typical "starburst" pattern seen in most Harpactira. Basic tarantula care for these, reaching 4" as adults! Get em quick!
Photo Courtesy of Tom Patterson.




Holothele sp. Venezuela - Tachira

Venezuela Blueleg (Holothele sp."tachira")
1/2", $45 each
This beautiful Holothele species from Venezuela, is very rare in collections. Reddish-orange carapace and abdomenal setae with deep blue, almost black legs. Slender build, reaching 4" as adults! Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Anastasia Haroldsen!
Photo Courtesy of Eric Reynolds.



Cameroon Red Baboon

Cameroon Red Baboon (Hysterocrates gigas)
3/4", $20 each
Beautiful West African baboon spider! H. gigas is a large terrestrial that can vary in color from a rustic reddish color to an overall dark brown. Deep burrowers, these like deep moist sustrate. Great feeders reaching 7" as adults! Very cool spider!!

Nigerian Red Baboon

Nigerian Red Baboon (Hysterocrates latipes)
1/2", $29 each
Rustic red to dark brown, these aggressive African terrestrials are highly moisture dependent and do best with deep moist substrate. Large, reaching 6"+! Limited supply, grab them before the're gone!!
Photo Courtesy of Tom Patterson.





Brazilian Dwarf Pinkleg

Brazilian Dwarf Pinkleg (Kochiana brunnipes)
1/8", $35 each
This beautiful little rainforest species is quite rare in the U.S. hobby, and represents the only species in the genus Kochiana. As young, they have brilliant pink legs from tarsus to patella, with dark almost black femurs, carapace and abdomen. A heart shaped mirror patch is also present on the abdomen. Color fades some as adults, but still has a pale pinkish look to the legs. Being that this is a dwarf species, babies start out quite small at only 1/8", but are quite hardy, and will take fruit flies, small mealworms, and newborn crickets. These will scavenge feed, so they will accept slightly larger baby crickets that are pre killed. Reaching 3"+ as adults, if you like colorful drawf species, you'll like these!


Singapore Blue

Singapore Blue (Lampropelma violaceopes)
1", $45 each
These giant arboreal beauties from Singapore, are very popular in the tarantula hobby. Deep cobalt blue, and very large reaching 9" in legspan. Secretive in nature, this species does best when allowed to burrow into deep substrate, plus given enough height for climbing. Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Jenn Keshishian!! Very impressive spider!!


Brazilian Salmon
Brazilian Salmon

Brazilian Salmon (Lasiodora parahybana)
1/2", $10 each, Just Hatched At Swift's!!
Huge monstrous terrestrial that rivals T. blondi in size, but much more affordable. Heavy bodies, black to grayish in color with pink-tipped hairs, these awesome spiders are very undemanding in husbandry being so very easy to keep. Reaching up to 10" in legspan, don't miss out on these "Big,uns"!







V. cristatusBrazilian Red & White

Brazilian Red and White (Nhandu chromatus)
1/4", $12 each, Just Hatched At Swift's!!
This awesome Brazilian is one of the most beautiful tarantula species! Black legs, with "skeleton" type striping, a light colored carapace, and bright red hairs on the abdomen! Very nice looking, but very aggressive, and will readily flick urticating setae. Reaching 5"-6".

Brazilian Black and White

Brazilian Black and White (Nhandu coloratovillosus)
1/4", $20 each
New species to the US hobby in late '98, adults are still quite hard to obtain. They are fuzzy as adults with black and white banding on leg segments, with pink tipped setae...real sweet looking, but are aggressive! Can reach 6.5" in leg span and grow like weeds!!





Thailand Black Velvet

Thailand Black Velvet (Ornithoctonus aureotibialis)
3/4", $39 each
These beauties from Thailand, and Malaysia are great spiders! Jet black legs, smokey grey carapace, with a tan "glow" around the carapace, and beginning of abdomen. Give them deep substrate for digging, and be informed, like other asian terrestrial species, they tend to be aggressive. Reaching 5" as adults! Limited supply, get them quick!







Haitian Brown (Phormictopus cancerides)
3/4" $20 each

From the West Indies to Brazil, this carribean beauty gets quite large reaching 8"+ as adults!!. They have a beautiful purplish to bronze pattern on the carapace and femurs! Babies are beautiful blue! Although the common name suggests these are just a brown spider, these are anything but just brown, with mature males molting into a vibrant purple!!Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Jenn Keshishian!! Neat species, don't let them get away!!




Columbian Salmon (Pseudhapalopus spinulopalpus)
2", $59 each, First U.S. Hatching!!
This beautiful Columbian tarantula has an overall dark background color with faint salmon pink setae sprinkled overall. Reaching 4" as adults, these were hatched in the U.S. for the first time by breeder Tom Patterson!!
Photo Courtesy of Tom Patterson.

Trinidad Copper Top

Trinidad Copper Top (Pseudhapalopus trinitatis)
1/4", $69 each, First Time In The U.S.!!
This beautiful spider from Trinidad and the West Indies, has a copper to orangish colored carapce, chelicerae, and some on patella. Legs and abdomen are dark charcoal colored, especially after a fresh molt. As adults a faint "V" can be seen covering the eyes. Smaller species, reaching 3" - 4" as adults. Limited supply, don't pass em up!!


Fort Hall Baboon

Fort Hall Baboon (Pterinochilus lugardi)
3/4" $29 each

Wide spread from the scrublands of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe, this fantastic "baboon" species has an overall tan to grey coloration with a "starburst" abdomenal pattern. Other common names of Dodoma Baboon or Tan Baboon have been used. As with all species in the genus Pterinochilus, these are aggressive. If given deep enough substrate, these like to burrow, and extensive webbing is also seen in captive habitats. Very cool species!




Selenocosmia peerboomi

Philippine Greyleg (Selenocosmia peerboomi)
1/4", $29 each
This Filipino species is a overall greyish to golden brown, with a slender build. Thickened scopulae pad on leg 4 can been seen on the metatarsus of S. peerboomi. Deep burrowers, keep them on the moist side. Produced by U.S. breeder Tom Patterson! Reaching 5" as adults. Don't pass them up!!





Featherleg Baboon

Featherleg Baboon (Stromatopelma calceatum)
3/4", $25 each
One of the very few African arboreals that are available in the hobby, these beauties are very agile arboreals that have a nice overall cryptic pattern of greys, golds, and blacks, with some reddish hairs visible. Have been known to have more than average potency to their venom, so caution is advised. Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Tom Patterson! Reaching 6"+ as adults! Don't pass em up!!


Union Island Treespider

Union Island Treespider (Tapinauchenius sp."Union Island")
1/2", $39 each
Fairly rare in the hobby, this beautiful Tapinauchenius species is also known as the "Caribbean Diamond"! Located on the largest of the islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Union Island. Shiny purple sheen on legs with greenish / gold carapace as adults! Reaching 4"+ as adults! Easy to keep, but they are very quick! Don't let them slip away!!


Indian Acid Brown

Indian Acid Brown (Thrigmopoeus insignis)
1/2", $29 each, RARE!
This fantastic species from India are a shimmering two toned gold and brown, with black femurs. Deep burrowing species which webs much like species from the genus Chilobrachys. Reaching 5" as adults!! Leggy babies eating 1/4" crickets and roaches with ease!! Hatched in the U.S. by breeder Tom Patterson! Get em before they get away!!
Photo Courtesy of Tom Patterson.



Burgandy Goliath Birdeater
Burgandy Goliath Birdeater

Burgandy Goliath Birdeater (Theraphosa stirmi)
2"+, $99 each
Monsterous spider from Brazil, and Guyana, among the list of largest spiders, these can exeed lengths of over 10"! Overall coffee brown, darker near eyes, velvet like setae covers entire spider. Warning should be given about T. stirmi's abdomenal setae, for it is very large, and is very itchy. T. stirmi when young have pale pink tarsus, that continue on to the metatarsus. T. stirmi is often misidentified as T. blondi. Wild caught T. stirmi have multitudes of casualties, due to poor health and dehydration. Fungal and parasitic problems are responsible for the loss of many. These were captive born and bred by breeder Mark Bennett! These are very nice, some are at 4th instar as of now! Don't wait on these!




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