Do blondes have more fun? Pick this New World terrestrial species to find out. As a native North American spider, the Aphonopelma chalcodes (Arizona Blonde) will make a great first species for anyone new to the hobby. These grow slow, live longer, can adapt to many different living conditions, and are just beautiful blond bombshells.
Offering 3", and 4" plus
*specimens are field-collected from near Superstition Mountain, AZ
Identified: Chamberlin, 1940
Common Name: Arizona Blonde
Origin: Arizona, USA (New World)
Lifestyle: Terrestrial, Opportunistic Burrower
Max Size: 5"