- Taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of Avicularia Lamarck, 1818 (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Aviculariinae) with description of three new aviculariine genera
- Taxonomic revision of the tarantula genus Aphonopelma Pocock, 1901 (Araneae, Mygalomorphae, Theraphosidae) within the United States
- Field of screams: The mystery of Maningrida’s 25,000 tarantulas
- A new species
- Bumba, a replacement name for Maraca Pérez-Miles, 2005 and Bumba lennoni, a new tarantula species from western Amazonia (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae)
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Posted on 2011/05/20 | Inga kommentarerIn June 2005 I went to Peru and for the first time in South America. We had only a week there so the next day we headed to the Amazon […]
Posted on 2011/03/29 | Inga kommentarerThe giant of the tarantulas! This is the largest species of spider in the world, atleast the heaviest. Adult females can reach a size of 10cm in bodylength and 28cm in legspan.
Posted on 2011/03/29 | Inga kommentarerThe genus Pterinochilus ranges from east Africa down to South Africa. They are usually very aggressive spiders and beginners should wait to keep them until they get more practice in how tarantulas react before obtaining one.
Posted on 2011/03/29 | Inga kommentarerThe genus Poecilotheria Pocock 1885 contains at the moment of 16 species whom are found in India and in Sri Lanka. Around 10 species of them are in the hobby and many are bred frequently. Most of them have striking coloration and markings, such as the steel blue metallica.
Posted on 2011/03/29 | Inga kommentarerHaplopelma contains some of the more aggressive theraphosids, generally speaking. Lividum can be found in southern Myanmar (Burma) and overlapping the border to Thailand and several other members of the genus are scattered across Thailand, Burma and Malaysia.