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-Brazilian Red-head-

Bumba horrida


-A smaller species endemic to Northern Brazil, Bumba horrida was previously known as Bumba cabocla and some literature will still reflect the older binomial nomenclature. 


-Terrestrial new world. This is an interesting group of spiders, genus Bumba engage in frequent active patrols and only take advantage of hides or pre-existing structures for short periods of time once mature. Males and females are very 'wandering' tarantulas and do not demonstrate a preferance for burrow formation once out of spiderling stages. These spiders inhabit tropical lowland forests and are an excellent display species. 


-Smaller bodied spiders, males and females will average 3-4" diagonal legspan upon maturity. 

Brazilian Red-head

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