Collection: New World

New World spiders are from the continents of North and South America. They are characterized by their featured urticating setae. These are the porcupine like barbs used for self-defense and effective against predatory mammals. These hairs can irritate the skin, lungs, and eyes. There are several barb types, I-IV. Some unique NW species do not have them at all! These spiders are generally safer to keep as venom is known to be less potent.
101 products
  • Acanthoscurria geniculata (Brazilian Giant White-Knee) 2"
  • Acanthoscurria geniculata (Brazilian Giant White-Knee) 3" MALE
  • Aphonopelma bicoloratum (Mexican Blood-Leg) 1.5"
  • Aphonopelma chalcodes (Arizona Blonde) 3 - 4"
  • Aphonopelma hentzi (Texas Brown) 0.33"
  • Aphonopelma vorhiesi (Madrean Red-Rump) 3"
  • Avicularia jurensis (Peruvian Pink-Toe) 0.75"
  • Avicularia merianae (Peruvian Pink-Toe) 1"
  • Avicularia purpurea (Ecuador Purple) 0.5"
  • Avicularia sp 'Peru Purple' (Peru Purple Pink-Toe) 0.5"
  • Avicularia variegata (ex: amazonica) (Red-Brick Pink Toe) 0.75"
  • Bonnetina Minax (Mexican Copperhead) 0.25"
  • Bonnetina papalutlensis 0.5"
  • Brachypelma baumgarteni (Mexican Orange Beauty) 2.5" MALE
  • Brachypelma boehmei (Mexican Fire-Leg) 2"
  • Brachypelma boehmei (Mexican Red-Leg) 0.75"