Greenbottle blue tarantula
Chromatopelma is a genus of spiders in the family Theraphosidae (tarantulas), with the sole species Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens. A native of the Paraguaná peninsula, Venezuela, it is known as the greenbottle blue tarantula, and has some of the most dramatic colouring of any spider species. Adult greenbottles have metallic blue legs, a blue-green carapace and a vibrant orange abdomen.
The Greenbottle Blue tarantula is an arachnid native to the arid grasslands and deserts of Venezuela. They are also called the Venezuelan Greenbottle Blue tarantula, or the Orange Bottlebrush tarantula.
Due to its beautiful bright colours, the Greenbottle Blue tarantula is one of the more popular types of tarantulas kept as pets, despite being one of the most expensive types of pet tarantulas. Greenbottle Blue tarantula are far more brightly coloured than most of the other tarantula species; scientists believe that their bright colours act as a waning sign to predators.
- Kingdom: Animalia
- Phylum: Arthropoda
- Subphylum: Chelicerata
- Class: Arachnida
- Order Araneae
- Infraorder: Mygalomorphae
- Family: Theraphosidae
- Genus: Chromatopelma
- Species: C. cyaneopubescens
- Binomial name: Chromatopelma
Cyreneoplasma is also known as the green bottle blue tarantula, which is also a multi-colored species that is hilly. As you can see the picture from the left side, its dynamic and vivid colors such as metallic blue feet and the orange stomach make it difficult to miss. No wonder these beautiful species are also known as Greenboat Blue. Originally from the rugged and arid climate of northern Venezuela, the region of Paraguay, it has developed a very bold character, this hard-natured nature combines its palladium colors, making it an ideal fresher, Tarantula. One thing to keep in mind is that these species of light can be a little fickle by their nature.
In the wild Greenbottle blue tarantula chase by stalking; gradually crawling up and hopping on their prey, piercing them with their empty teeth. Venom is pumped in and melts the prey’s internal parts. All arachnids bolster just on a fluid eating routine.
Along these lines, processing of sustenance in Greenbottle blue tarantula is halfway outside, with venom going about as the stomach related juices. Greenbottle blue tarantula eat creepy crawlies, bug hatchlings, crickets, beetles, scorpions, reptiles, worms, and mice or anything Greenbottle blue tarantula can snatch.
Greenbottle blue tarantulas are extremely timid and anxious and may bite when worried up or aggravated. The venom is not sufficiently dangerous to man but rather can create some minor tingling, blazing and agonies.
Like all spiders, the Greenbottle Blue tarantula is a carnivore. While some owners are able to trick their Greenbottle Blue to eat dead food by moving it around to appear alive, most will only eat live prey. The Greenbottle Blue eats crickets, small lizards, grasshoppers, cockroaches, pinkie mice, super worms, beetles, centipedes, and termites. They require fresh water every couple of days, since their natural habitat is arid and dry.
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