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Avicularia avicularia (Linnaeus/1758), also known as the “Common pinktoe”, “South-American pinktoe”, “Guyana pinktoe tarantula” and “Pinktoe tree spider”, is a beautiful bird spider due to its hairiness and coloration from Central- and South-America. Avicularia is without any doubt the most famous arboreal genus from South-America, with Avicularia avicularia on top. In 1758 the spider has been baptized by Linnaeus to “Aranea avicularia“, after which her name was changed in 1783 to “Aranea vestiaria” by De Geer. Since 1804 she’s been categorized to the family of bird spiders, named as “Mygale avicularia” by Latreille. If you hear people talk about “Avicularia vest(i)aria” or “Avicularia vespina” nowadays, they’re in fact having a conversation about “Avicularia avicularia“. Male and female of Avicularia avicularia resemble Avicularia rufa and the female of Avicularia hirschii by having leg IV longer than leg I.

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Avicularia avicularia (Linnaeus/1758), also known as the “Common pinktoe”, “South-American pinktoe”, “Guyana pinktoe tarantula” and “Pinktoe tree spider”, is a beautiful bird spider due to its hairiness and coloration from Central- and South-America. Avicularia is without any doubt the most famous arboreal genus from South-America, with Avicularia avicularia on top. In 1758 the spider has been baptized by Linnaeus to “Aranea avicularia“, after which her name was changed in 1783 to “Aranea vestiaria” by De Geer. Since 1804 she’s been categorized to the family of bird spiders, named as “Mygale avicularia” by Latreille. If you hear people talk about “Avicularia vest(i)aria” or “Avicularia vespina” nowadays, they’re in fact having a conversation about “Avicularia avicularia“. Male and female of Avicularia avicularia resemble Avicularia rufa and the female of Avicularia hirschii by having leg IV longer than leg I. Bates (1863) observed an Avicularia avicularia specimen actively feeding on a small bird inside its webbed retreat on a tree. Inside the spider’s retreat he was able to find other small birds. Although genitalic and somatic charachters are very homogeneous along the distribution of the species, different patterns of coloration throughout the geographical distribution have been noticed. More remarkably, 1 type of female showed a variation of urticating setae.

The Pink Toe Tarantula (Avicularia avicularia) is an arboreal species native to southern Central America and northern South America. They have the distinct honor of being the first tarantula species identified by Linnaeus back in 1795. The Avicularia spiders as a group comprise some of the most popular pet species in the trade and are one of the most widespread groups of tarantulas worldwide.

Avicularia avicularia have a large mostly black body with pink toes and are on the hairy side as far as tarantulas are concerned. Their venom is considered to be mild even for a new world species. But of course, the possibility of a dangerous reaction is always possible, and you will not know if you are susceptible until after bitten. As with every species of tarantula, exercise caution. https://www.google.com/search?client=opera&q=Avicularia+boa+vista+care&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi3w9rOgfTxAhWyy4UKHdZnC08Q1QIwF3oECB8QAQ&biw=1400&bih=790

 

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