Brazilian Red and White Tarantula (Nhandu chromatus)


  • Common name: Brazilian Red and White Tarantula
  • Scientific name: Nhandu chromatus
  • Type: New world, terrestrial, burrowing
  • Temperature: 26 – 28°C
  • Humidity: 70 – 80%
  • Adult Size: 13cm – 14cm
  • Current Size: Sling


The Brazilian Red and White  Tarantula is a large species of New World tarantulas from the rainforests of Brazil and some parts of  Paraguay. A full grown species can reach a size of 14cm with ease. Known in the pet trade due to their beautiful coloration which consists of black and white stripes on its legs and red urticating hairs on a very dark/black abdomen. The Brazilian Red and White Birdeater tarantula reaches adulthood in 3 to 4 years and can live to be about 11 years or sometimes older in captivity.



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