Tlitocatl Species + Kit
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Costa Rican Red (Tliltocatl sp. ‘Angustum’)
This beautiful species is a longstanding hobby classic and one of the less commonly seen Tliltocatl species, they are blackish overall with red, long, slightly wavy hairs on the abdomen and hind legs. They are relatively docile and easy to keep and even breed.
Curly Hair (Tlitocatl albopilosus)
The Curly hair tarantula is a plump-bodied spider, covered with dark brown to black hair. It has a golden-bronze sheen due to longer gold hairs that cover the whole body, which are particularly dense on the hind legs.
Veracruz Grey (Tlitocatl khalenbergi)
Tliltocatl kahlenbergi is a relatively small member of the genus. The body is generally dark with relatively dense covering of red hair on the abdomen and legs compared to the more sparse red hairs in T.schroderi , which this species resembles. is variable in colour, and can appear quite bright
Mexican Rose Grey (Tlitocatl verdezi)
A recent addition to the Tlitocatl genus which is only found in the Mexico state of Guerrero. It is entirely black with reddish setae (hair) on the dorsal part of the abdomen and has a light coloured carapace by contrast.