Thursday, October 21, 2010

Singapore Blue Tarantula (SBT)


The Singapore Blue (Lampropelma violaceopes), is a large, arboreal species, of tarantula from countries Malaysia and Singapore. These spiders have been known to grow in excess of 9 inches across. The body is a very colorful blue with brown or even gold carapace. The male equivalent is usually never as vibrant.Singapore Blues are common as pets because of their beautiful colors. Caution should be taken as these are very aggressive animals. They will defend themselves using their venom transferred via fangs.
Recommended feeding, includes four to six live crickets, every few weeks. Gut loading, or providing prey with vitamins and other nutrients, provides tarantulas with a healthy meal. Uneaten prey should be removed after one day. Fasting, or not eating, for days or weeks at a time is sometimes an indication of an upcoming moult. A water dish should be supplied and maintained, shallow enough for the tarantula to drink from.

Cyriopagopus sp ( Singapore blue tarantula )
Diet: cricket , roach , mealworm
Venomous: Midly venom
Dangerous : Yes
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