Brazilian Blue Tarantula (Lasiocyano (ex. Pterinopelma) sazimai Small
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The Brazilian Blue Tarantula, also known as the Lasiocyano (ex. Pterinopelma) sazimai, is a strikingly beautiful spider species that is highly sought after by collectors and hobbyists. This tarantula species is characterized by its metallic blue appearance, which is a result of tiny hairs that scatter and reflect light. The Brazilian Blue Tarantula is known to be relatively docile and can make an excellent pet for experienced tarantula keepers. They require a habitat that is large enough to provide ample room for burrowing and climbing, as well as a secure lid to prevent escape.
Origin: The Brazilian Blue Tarantula is native to the Atlantic Forest region of southeastern Brazil.
Temperature: The ideal temperature range for the Brazilian Blue Tarantula is between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit.
Housing: The Brazilian Blue Tarantula requires a spacious enclosure with plenty of hiding places and substrate for burrowing. The enclosure should be kept in a warm and humid environment, with a secure lid to prevent escape.
Feeding: The Brazilian Blue Tarantula is a carnivore and requires a diet of live insects such as crickets, roaches, and mealworms. They should be fed once or twice a week, depending on their size and appetite.
Lifespan: The lifespan of the Brazilian Blue Tarantula can vary depending on factors such as gender, diet, and environmental conditions. Females can live up to 15 years, while males typically live for only a few years.
Behavior and Personality: The Brazilian Blue Tarantula is known to be relatively docile and can make an excellent pet for experienced tarantula keepers. They are generally calm and slow-moving, but can become defensive if they feel threatened.
Please note: We do not ship live animals. You can order online and choose click and collect and we will hold it for you.