Native to Brazil, the Nhandu coloratovillosus (Brazilian Black & White) is still hard to find at times in the hobby. The Nhandu coloratovillosus is a New World terrestrial species found in humid tree covered areas and is considered great for a beginner in the hobby. The carapace and abdomen are black with gorgeous burnt-red hairs protruding out. The legs are a contrast of a neat and clean cream color and jet-black.
Identified: Schmidt, 1998
Common Name: Brazilian Black & White
Max Size: 6”
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