Green Bottle Blue Tarantula?

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Name: Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens or “Green Bottle Blue” has greek and latin roots meaning “colored” “foot” “cyan/greenish blue” and “fuzzy hair” making its scientific name one of the most accurately descriptive of any tarantula species.

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How big does a green bottle blue tarantula get?

2.75” L

Can you hold a green bottle blue tarantula?

Also known as the Green Bottle Blue Tarantula or the GBB. … This is not a tarantula I would suggest trying to handle. They have an amazing feeding response and quickly pounce and take down prey as soon as it is offered. Like most tarantulas, they will refuse food when in pre-molt.

Do green bottle blue tarantulas make good pets?

Yes – with just a light venom and a mild manner, this tarantula is excellent for beginners. The lifespan of the green bottle blue is also pretty nice for a pet. Females tend to live between 12 and 14 years and males – between 8 and 10 years.

Are green bottle blue tarantulas arboreal?

The Green Bottle Blue tarantula is a colourful species displaying dark blue legs and orange abdomen. They are also semi-arboreal and impressive webbers so are a great tarantula to keep. They originate from Northern Venezuela where they inhabit burrows, bushes and tree roots.

We have some absolutely stunning captive bred Greenbottle Blue tarantulas for sale at rock-bottom prices. These South American tarantulas are perhaps the most beautiful in the world, and are easy to keep as pets. They reach 4″ to 4.5″ and are generally quite docile with excellent appetites and stunning coloration. When you buy a tarantula from us, you automatically receive our 100% live arrival guarantee.

However, we can guarantee that someone very experienced with arachnids will attempt to select the specific tarantula(s) you are requesting.Shipping Your Greenbottle Blue TarantulaWe charge a flat $44.99 for overnight delivery to your doorstep, regardless of the number of reptiles, amphibians, or inverts you buy. Please read the details of our guarantee before ordering.Because we responsibly offer reptiles for sale online (as well as amphibians, tarantulas, and scorpions), we reserve the right to delay your order upon the fairly rare occurrence of unacceptable weather conditions. We are reptile enthusiasts who believe captive breeding is integral to the future of the market, as it not only helps protect wild herp populations, but is an incredibly rewarding experience that tends to intensify one’s passion for these amazing prehistoric creatures.

The Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens also known as the Green bottle Blue Tarantula, is a very colorful species of tarantula. As you can see with the picture to the left, its vibrant and vivid colors such as the metallic blue legs and the orange abdomen makes it hard to miss. It’s no wonder this beautiful species is also known as the Greenbottle blue. Originating from very harsh and dry climate from the desert areas of northern Venezuela, Paraguana, it has developed a very hardy character. This hardy nature coupled with its striking colors makes it an ideal beginner tarantula. One thing to keep in mind thou is that these species of tarantulas can be a little skittish due to their nature. Thus, only confident beginners who wont panic when these skittish spiders move should consider them as pets. When the Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens is in its natural habitat, they often times make webbings around the entrances of their enclosure, almost tunnel like. These webs serve as a form of protection against the harsh weathers and even serves as a form of trapping their prey in it. The recommended substrate for these tarantulas is shredded coconut fiber, also known as coir. However, if this is not available, top soil or peat works just as fine. Temperatures for these species are between 70 – 78 degrees F. Humidity should range around 60%, since the Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens prefer humidity of lower levels due to originating from drier climates. Humidity of this level can usually be achieved by providing a very shallow water dish. One thing to note however with these species is that it is very skittish, and thus not recommend for handling. For a fall for any tarantula could potentially rupture their abdomens and result in a painful loss of a great pet. Nevertheless, the Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens makes a great display species since it stays out in the open, unlike other recommend species like the Brachypelma Albopilosum and the Brachypelma Smithi. Another thing to note is that they are fairly active and they create these wonderful silk retreats (as you will see in the video below), they will not hesitate to fill most of their retreat with webbing. So do not be surprised when majority of your enclosure is filled with it! If you are one of those that enjoy feeding your tarantula, you will be happy to find out that these are voracious feeders and young spiders will even take food as big as themselves. In general, this can be great beginner tarantula, but please be wary if you want to handle one (our stance on this is always no to handling) since these are skittish and a fall can result in a ruptured abdomen and will prove fatal.

Frances Dickson
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