What It Says On The Box:
Unicorn Horned Baboon (Ceratogyrus marshalli)
A mid sized species with a big attitude! However an interesting species to keep as it is very active and often burrowing vast amounts substrate, these spiders always seem busy doing something. They are fast growing and easy to breed. These are the most spectacular of the "horned" tarantulas, as the protrusion from the carapace is a large spike that grows very large in adult spiders.
Feather Leg Baboon (Stromatopelma calceatum)
A beautiful African arboreal Tarantula a little similar to H.maculata but larger in size with red markings. Very easy to keep and breed they is very defensive and will bite if disturbed.
Rusty Baboon (Hysterocrates gigas)
This is the only known species of tarantula that can swim and has been reported to have been seen fishing for small fish. I would imagine this is adapting for survival as I imagine a fair few of these get bought from a pet shop and then soon get flushed.
Orange Bitey Thing (Pterinopelma murinus)
Angry Ginger thing, bit like Vickie on a Monday morning