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   Green Bottle Blues (Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens)


This extremely colorful species is found by Paraguara river in Venezuela in Xerophil bush areas and dry forest. It is one of the most colorful tarantulas in the world. This specie was first introduced into captivity in 1993. First instar spiderlings are about 1/2 an inch long. They growth rate is a bet faster then that of a Rose Hair tarantula.
They should be kept at 80-90F, 40-60% humidity. Spiderlings needs higher humidity, but 80% humidity or higher will kill adults. C. cyaneopubescebs can tolerate temperature drops down to 65F for short periods of time as long as they have a deep burrow. They should be kept away from windows, sunlight, heater's and air conditioning.

Adults can be kept in 5 gallon tanks with 4-6" peat moss/vermiculite mix with cork bark shelter to hide under. They tend to make a lot of floor webbing.

Diet: Crickets, Wax Worms, King Worms, etc.

Males: as adults, can reach up to 4.5 inches in leg span. Male will live up to only 2- 4 years.

Females: as aduls, may reach 6 inches in leg span and weigh just over 1 ounce. Females will live up to 12 years.

One inch long nymph. Already starting to show its green and blue colorations.


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