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Costa Rican Tiger Rump (Cyclosternum Fasciatum)

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Description

Description:

Cyclosternum fasciatum, commonly known as Costa Rican Tiger Rump, is a species of a new-world tarantula native to Costa Rica and Guatemala. This is a terrestrial species with a maximum legspan of 12 centimetres (4.7 in), which makes it a rather small tarantula species, yet it is one of the largest of its genus.

Habitat:

As pets they may be kept in terrariums. They require a 10gallon to 15gallon (adults) and juveniles in critter keepers or deli cups. Substrate should be 4 to 6 inches of a mixture of vermiculate and peat moss. They should be kept at 20C to 28C. Humidity should be 60% to 70%.

Feeding:

Generally, in captivity,¬†C. fasciatum¬†feed upon a variety of pesticide-free insects such as locusts, crickets and cockroaches. Spiderlings can be fed small ‘pinhead’ crickets, or scavenge the bodies of pre-killed crickets.

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Size

3cm, Female-7cm, Female-12cm

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