Collection: Old World

Old World species come from the continents of Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. These spiders are generally known for being a bit more defensive and/or flighty than their across-the-ocean distant relatives. The move more quickly and are more prone to bite. Many may display a threat pose, wherein they raise their forelegs and display their fangs.
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  • Birupes simoroxigorum (Biru Blaze) 0.5"
  • Ceratogyrus darlingi (Rear-Horned Baboon) 1" - 4" FEMALE
  • Ceratogyrus marshalli (Straight-Horned Baboon) 0.5"
  • Chaetopelma olivaceum (Middle East Gold) 0.75"
  • Chilobrachys dyscolus 'Black' (Dyscolus Black Earth-Tiger) 0.5"
  • Chilobrachys dyscolus 'Cambodia' (Cambodian Blue) 1.5"
  • Chilobrachys dyscolus (Vietnam Blue) 0.5"
  • Chilobrachys fimbriatus (Indian Violet) 0.33-0.5"
  • Chilobrachys fimbriatus (Indian Violet) 0.5"
  • Chilobrachys sp 'Kaeng Krachen' (Dark Earth-Tiger) 0.75"
  • Cyriopagopus lividum (Cobalt Blue) 0.5"
  • Cyriopagopus sp 'Hati Hati' 0.5"
  • Cyriopagopus sp 'Hati Hati' 1"
  • Encyocratella olivacea (Tanzanian Black & Gold Baboon) 1.5"
  • Haplocosmia himalayana (Himalayan Earth Tiger) 4" FEMALES
  • Haplocosmia sp 'Black Femur' 0.5"