Grammostola quirogai (Ex pulchra)- Unsexed - Brazilian Black
Grammostola quirogai - Unsexed - Montes De Oca Brazilian Black
Grammostola is a genus of South American tarantulas that was first described by Eugène Louis Simon in 1892. These medium to large sized spiders are native to tropical South America, and are usually brown in color, with pinkish or orangish-red hairs. The very docile Chilean rose tarantulas (Grammostola rosea and Grammostola porteri) are popular as a beginner's spider among tarantula enthusiasts.
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