Spiders & Scorpions
mexican red knee

Mexican Red Knee

Mexican Red Knee Tarantulas are noticeable by their red and orange knees and when full grown can be over 5 inches long. The female can live to be 25 years old or even older, but males rarely live past 5 years.
chilean rose

Chilean Rose

The Chilean Rose Tarantulas are predominantly dark brown but have a covering of redish pink hairs over their entire body. The pink colouring to these hairs is where the name rose comes from. When fully grown can reach the size of 5.5 inches.
curley haired

Curley Haired

The Curly Haired Tarantula has a bronze coloured body that is covered with short curly hairs. This spider is a very common pet tarantula due to their hardy and docile nature.

When fully grown this tarantula can rach the sizes of 4 to 5 inches.

pink toe

Brazilian Pink Toe

The Pink toe Tarantula is one of the most rewarding species of tarantula to keep. Its distinctive feature is the wonder pinkish tips on each foot.

Females can grow to about 5 inches and males 3.5 inches with a life span of 4 to 8 years.

white knee

Brazilian White Knee

White knee Tarantulas have been much prized as pets, due to their size, hardiness, and striking colouration.

This is a large species, fast growing and taking 3-4 years to reach a mature legs pan of 8.5 inches for females and slightly less for males.


Bird-eating Spider

Goliath bird-eating spiders are tarantulas of epic proportions. The hairy coffee-colored tarantula is very stocky with a broad carapace, thick legs, a large abdomen and a leg span that can be up to 12 inches.
salmon pink

Salmon Pink
Bird eater

This Huge species of Tarantula can have a leg span that reaches sizes of 7.5 - 10 inches. The tarantula is pink all over the body. They don't spin large webs, or burrow much, so make great display tarantulas.
indian ornamentel

Indian Ornamental

Tree Spider

Beautifully patterned, the Indian Ornamental tarantulas are somewhat elongated species, with males being even more slender than the females They are hardy and relatively fast growing. Adult females reaching up to 9 inches legs pan.
hairy scorpion

Arizona Desert
Hairy Scorpion

The Giant Desert Hairy Scorpion gets its common names from the brown hairs that cover its body. These hairs help it to detect vibration in the soil.

This species is usually yellow with a dark top and has lobster-like pincers reaching a size of 5.5 inches.

jungle scorpion

Jungle Scorpion

The Asian Jungle Scorpion is known to have a medium to long life span, estimated up to 7 years and is quite hardy. It reaches a full grown size of 4.4 inches and is a deep black colour. They are a very common scorpion and kept as a pet.
imperial scorpion


The Imperial Scorpion is one of the largest scorpions, reaching a size of 15cm, it is black in colour with two large pincers and a life span that usually reaches between 5 to 8 years.
flat rock scorpion

Flat Rock Scorpion

Flat Rock Scorpions are the longest scorpions in the world, they reach a full grown size of between 19 to 21cm.

and are a chocolate brown colour.

These scorpions make good pets for beginner and expert scorpion keepers.


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please call Pauls Reptile Den on 01707 660005