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Avicularia is a genus of the family Theraphosidae containing various species of tarantulas. The genus is native to tropical Central and South America Each species in the genus has very distinguishable pink foot pads.
A common myth about tarantulas is that they are adept jumpers, however this has not been observed by researchers and more likely to cause injury to the spider.
Urticating hairs are distinct to new world tarantulas including the avicularia that are attached to the spider’s cuticle via a stalk. These spiny, barbed hairs are used as a defense against potential intruders as well as embedded into silk to protect the egg sac. In active defense, the hairs are released by contact with the stimulus and rubbed in. ‘Throwing’ or flicking hairs towards an intruder has been seen in A. Versicolor.
StatusThe Avicularia avicularia are not on the IUCN Red List for Endangered Species. Description The Pinktoe Tarantula is a moderately sized tarantula with long dense hairs. The females reach about 5″ (13 cm) and males are slightly smaller, reaching about 3.5″ (9 cm).