Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (GBB tarantula)

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Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (GBB tarantula)

Post by volfgang on Mon Jun 10, 2013 11:41 am

Family: Theraphosidae
Subfamilies: Theraphosinae
Rod: Chromatopelma
Species: Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
(Green bottle blue tarantula)



Description: This species inhabits semi-desert parts of Venezuela. Growing opportunities of 15cm leg span. Not much poison (venom is about the strength of bee stings). There is a problem if you are allergic, if it is, then call your doctor. It belongs to a new species of the world and has irritating hairs that cause itching and redness. It's used as a defense against predators. Nervous and rather fearfully species with each other to escape to your own tunnel made ​​from the network, but to bite. Species that is almost always visible. Good for beginners.

Data for keeping captive:
Temperature: 25-32C
Humidity: 40-50%
Water: While small drink water from the surface, and when they grow up they put the container with water.
Terrarium: While little can be stored in plastic containers when they grow enough Terrarium 30x30x30cm.
Diet: mealworm, crickets, cockroaches, etc. ...
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