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North Guyana Blue Pink Toe - Avicularia sp North Guyana Blue (CBP)

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 SPECIAL NOTE: USPS forbids shipping venomous spiders or scorpions in the mail.

Because of this, we ship these animals FedEx priority overnight for a flat fee of $39.99.

 Characteristics:

  • The North Guyana Blue is a species that has not been settled taxonomically.
  • It shares range with two morphotypes of the Common Pink Toe and might be a new morphotype.
  • As an adult, it tends to have a vibrant blue mid-body and legs.
  • This species is not known to be defensive .
  • As an adult it is often bold enough to be easily visible in its enclosure.

Name: Avicularia sp "North Guyana Blue" is a uncommon locale of undescribed avicularianae from North Guyana.

Recommended Enclosure Size: The North Guyana Blue Pink Toe is an arboreal species, meaning the enclosure should be taller than it is long. The recommended enclosure height is at least 3x the spider’s diagonal leg span, and the other dimensions should not be less than two times the spider’s diagonal leg span. This species does do best in an enclosure with ample cross ventilation.

Temperature: This species thrives in the mid 70’s to low 80’s, so a temperature range of 74-80 degrees fahrenheit is ideal, though no issues have come from keeping them at general room temperature of 72 degrees fahrenheit. Temperatures regularly dipping below 65 degrees, or spiking above 85 degrees should be avoided.

Humidity: The humidity for this species can be a bit trickier to maintain than others, as their requirement of lots of cross ventilation can mean the enclosure dries out quickly. Humidity should be kept around 70%, this can be achieved by making sure the substrate always remains at least lightly moistened and misting the sides of the enclosure once a week, dependent on the ambient humidity in the room.

Size: North Guyana Blue Pink Toe spiderlings sold by Josh’s Frogs are at least 1” at time of purchase. This species can achieve diagonal leg span of up to around 6”.

Age: At time of sale, North Guyana Blue Pink Toe spiderlings sold by Josh’s Frogs are at least 2-3 months old. Females of this species can get up to 12 years of age, with males averaging about one third of that lifespan.

Feeding: At time of sale North Guyana Blue Pink Toes sold by Josh’s Frogs are eating Hydei fruit flies, as the spider molts and grows, so should the prey items, with the goal size of feeder insects being the size of the spider’s carapace or smaller. Spiderlings should be fed every 4-7 days, adults every 7-10. To prevent injury, never offer food to a tarantula less than a week after its most recent molt.

Sexing: Due to age, North Guyana Blue Pink Toe spiderlings sold by Josh’s Frogs are sold as unsexed. Specimens of 2.5”-3” will be able to start being accurately sexed. The most accurate method will always be molt sexing. The molt of a female tarantula, between the top set of book lungs will have a slit with spermatheca and a uterus externus, which on a smaller spider will just be a flap that moves when manipulated with a toothpick or a pin. A male tarantula will have a much more plain slit that will not budge with attempts to manipulate it.

Color/Pattern: young spiderlings are pink with black toes and patterning on the abdomen, as they age they transition to having a darker base coloration, light toes and red patterning on the abdomen, finally as adults transitioning to having a blue sheen to its otherwise dark body, keeping the light toes.

Social Behavior: While some short term success has been reported housing Avicularia in communal setups, reports usually conclude that as they age they do become cannibalistic. It is for this reason that we recommend that these spiders be housed solitarily.

Breeding:  Males and females of sexual maturity can be put in the same enclosure briefly for the purpose of mating. Ideally both will be fairly freshly molted and well fed. The male and female should be separated fairly immediately after insertion is observed (the male will generally initiate separation on his own after he has had success) or if the spiders are acting less than receptive or aggressive towards each other.

Natural Range: North Guyana

Links of Interest:

  • Arachnoboards: a community of spider enthusiasts that will be able to or have already answered almost any question you can think of with regards to tarantulas.

http://arachnoboards.com/

 

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With this scheduling link, you will be able to schedule your order's delivery up to 30 days in advance. You will be able to choose a date of delivery for Tuesday-Saturday (Saturday arrival depends on the carrier's service availability) with the estimated time of arrival generally being 12pm, or 4:30pm for more rural areas. Overnight lows must be above 40°F to ship directly to you (or above 30°F for FedEx Ship Center/UPS Customer Center pickups) as well as below 90°F by estimated time of arrival.

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