What It Says On The Box:
Mexican Rose Grey- Tlitocatl verdezi
A recent addition to the 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.
New Mexican Tarantula - Tlitocatl kahlenbergi
One of the more obscure of the genus
Mexican Red Rump - Tlitocatl vagans
Another classic hobby species! An attractive spider that is large heavily bodied with velvet jet black colouration with dense long red setae (hair) on the abdomen making it a stunning display species. A very easy to keep species which needs more humid conditions then other related species like Mexican Red Knee (Brachypelma smithi). As an added bonus owning one allows you to wade in on any online argument about species identification. Simply type the words "looks like mine" with a photo to win friends and influence people.
True Curly Hair - Tlitocatl albopilosus
The Curlyhair 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. I love this species so much I have one at home called "Mariah Hairey"