Pet Spider Species

Pet Spider Species

Australian Barking Spiders as Pets


Keeping a Barking Spider as a pet is not without some complications. Firstly there are a few breeders if any and finding in taking one from the wild is likely a legal and impractical anyway. If you are able to locate one they certainly make for a spectacu

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Australian Pet Spiders


Australian pet spiders are available in a large variety, but unlike what most people believe, they are not all wild and dangerous. The two most dangerous species of Australian spiders are the funnel-web spider and the Redback, also known as the black wido

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Green Pet Spiders


Green pet spiders come in lots of shapes and sizes, as well as in different levels of venomous potency. One of the most popular spiders amongst green pet spiders is the green huntsman spider. Some other options amongst green pet spiders are the Cucumber g

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Large Pet Spiders


Large pet spiders are usually kept by people who absolutely love spiders. Going up to 12 inches in leg span, in the case of a pet Goliath bird eating spider, large pet spiders come in varying levels of toxicity. Also, since most of the large pet spider sp

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Pet Bird Eating Spider


Pet bird eating spiders are not ideal first spider pets. In fact, a pet bird eating spider will need some special permits, as they are an endangered species, and are not allowed in some states. There are many considerations you have to keep in mind before

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Pet Brown Recluse Spider


Pet brown recluse spiders are a great choice for experienced spider owners. This is because even though these gentle spiders are rarely known to bite humans, their venom, if injected in large amounts, can cause serious symptoms such as organ damage, and i

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Pet Crab Spiders


Pet crab spiders can be a delight to watch, mostly due to their unique appearance. Named after crabs due to their similarity to their namesake, pet crab spiders come in a wide range of colors and hues. This is because crab spiders rely on camouflage while

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Pet Garden Spiders


Pet garden spiders are great beginner spiders, considering their small size and easy maintenance. Pet garden spiders also do not need much in terms of a pet spider habitat, and are extremely interesting to watch. They are a great way to introduce your kid

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Pet Goliath Bird Eating Spider


Pet Goliath bird eating spiders are the largest spiders in the world, and despite their intimidating size, are relatively harmless to humans. Belonging to the tarantula family, a pet Goliath bird eating spider, though harmless, is known to be an aggressiv

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Pet Huntsman Spiders


Pet huntsman spiders are probably not the best choice of spiders especially if you are looking to start off on a new hobby. For the more experienced handlers only, pet huntsman spiders tend to be quite a handful when you are looking for an occupant for yo

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Pet Jumping Spiders


Pet jumping spiders are one of the most fascinating types of spiders you can keep as pets. They are quite enjoyable to look at and have an amazing ability to move around real fast. Pet jumping spiders are probably one of the most common types of pet spide

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Pet Pink Toe Tarantula


A pet pink toe tarantula is an extremely entertaining species of tarantula, and though comparatively smaller than most tarantulas, it is not an ideal beginner's pet. Deriving their name from the pink tip of each foot, a pet pink toe tarantula is more high

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Pet Tarantula


Pet tarantulas are every spider owner's ultimate dream. These mostly large and hairy spiders are surprisingly gentle, and some even make perfect first pet spiders. Mostly harmless towards humans, pet tarantulas come in a large variety, with some being ver

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Pet Wolf Spider


Wolf Spiders are common type of roaming spider found throughout the world, supposedly so named because of their hunting methods where they stalk their prey, like a wolf. This seems like a misnaming as wolves tend to hunt in packs whilst the wolf spider i

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Red House Spiders as Pets


Red house spiders are small, pea shaped spiders with venom of low toxicity - though it is important not to confuse red house spiders with spiders with red markings, such as the Red Back spider, one of the most venomous spiders in the world. The females of

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Small Pet Spiders


In most cases we start talking about pet spiders is the large roaming spiders that come to mind such as the Goliaths bird eating spider, the large tarantulas or huntsman's and the like. All three spiders are certainly impressive there is lots to be said a

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