This recently discovered species is a brilliantly colored tarantula from Brazil. These spiders top off at 5" and have a distinct abdomen pattern unlike any other Avicularia species. Like other species in the genus, they will do best with an enclosure that has more vertical than horizontal space, and also has cork bark for climbing. They will do best in temperatures in the 70s to 80s, and humidity around 65-75%. Like other Avics, ventilation is very important as they are susceptible to problems with a stuffy enclosure. They are docile but skittish, and will usually retreat to their fascinating web structures rather than fight. This rare species makes a beautiful addition for any fan of arboreal tarantulas looking to add something unique to their collection!