Feather-legged tarantula (Selenotypus sp. Banana) Juveniles

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Selenotypus is a genus of Australian Tarantulas. They are generally small in size, robust and slower growing than Phlogius and Cormiocnemis.

CURRENT SIZE: These juveniles are captive-bred have been raised for about 2 years. They are approximately 15-20mm in body length and 30-40mm in leg span.

This species is from central-south Queensland. They are named after the town they come from and are not yellow in colouration.

Selenotypus Tarantulas are generally most diverse in the semi-arid savannah areas of northern Queensland

WARNING : Tarantulas have tarsal claws and scopula pads and can climb plastic and glass, be careful.

QLD Residents:
Please note, from 22 August 2020, you will need a licence to buy, keep, and sell protected scorpions (Urodacus sp)  or spiders (tarantulas), with some limited exceptions.  You can read more here about licence requirements: https://www.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0021/134373/keeping-protected-scorpians-spiders.pdf

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3 reviews for Feather-legged tarantula (Selenotypus sp. Banana) Juveniles

  1. Marianne Hill (verified owner)

    The spider was meant for my grand child, Connor Littleton, and was promptly given to them when it was delivered. My rating relates to the ease of ordering, and the speedy delivery.

  2. Abigail (verified owner)

    Absolutely beautiful, very happy

    Image #1 from Abigail
  3. Molly (verified owner)

    I was shocked at how quickly it arrived! Healthy and safe happy tarantula, fit in well to its new home. So glad I found this website.

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