This is a rarer - and beautiful - Brachypelma species from Mexico. In contrast to many other Brachypelma, this species is found in forests along the coast where the humidity is high (70-80%). It's substrate should be kept a bit damp. Stunning aesthetically, it has a dark body and abdomen with rosy-pink coloration on the lower legs. Grows to be 5" or more. Best kept in an enclosure with deep substrate to offer burrowing opportunity.
Offering 0.75" spiderlings
Photocred: Ella @ Ella's Spiders FB, used with permission