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Aphonopelma bicolocatum

$459.99

Very large and impressive rare Mexican Blood Leg tarantula from Mexico. They are commonly found in the scrub lands and desert areas of South Western Mexico along the Pacific side of the country. This makes the Mexican Blood Leg a New World terrestrial tarantula, meaning that is from the western hemisphere., and that is has urticating hairs though its venom is not considered medically significant. Though this species is fairly docile, urticating hairs can be irritating if they come in contact with your skin. Side effects include itching, redness, bumps, hives and these can be much worse if the hairs come into contact with your eyes, nose or mouth..so always keep your tarantulas away from your face.

The framed specimen in the photo is the actual one you will receive!

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 Product Description

Species: Aphonopelma bicolocatum
Native Origin: Mexico

Common Name: Mexican Blood Leg
Frame Size: 8 1/2″ square
Frame Color: Black
Wood Frame: Handmade Museum Quality Sealed Shadowbox Display. In an effort to be environmentally conscious and go green, we have taken the step to include some reclaimed wood in the making of some of our frames. Some of the wood shows distressed areas which do not impact the structure or integrity of the frame. We like to think it brings character and uniqueness to the piece.

Glass: 99% UV Blocking Museum Grade Conservation Glass to Prevent Insect Fading.

Background: Black Parchment Backing.
Materials: Archival & Acid Free materials. Picture Hanger Included.
Description: Very large and impressive rare Mexican Blood Leg tarantula from Mexico. They are commonly found in the scrub lands and desert areas of South Western Mexico along the Pacific side of the country. This makes the Mexican Blood Leg a New World terrestrial tarantula, meaning that is from the western hemisphere., and that is has urticating hairs though its venom is not considered medically significant. Though this species is fairly docile, urticating hairs can be irritating if they come in contact with your skin. Side effects include itching, redness, bumps, hives and these can be much worse if the hairs come into contact with your eyes, nose or mouth..so always keep your tarantulas away from your face.

The framed specimen in the photo is the actual one you will receive!

Free and Fast Shipping!

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