Pamphobeteus sp. “cascada” 3/4 – 1″




Introduced to the US by Anastasia Haroldsen of NETBUG in 2014, Pamphobeteus sp. “cascada” is from Ecuador. It is said to live near water courses, hence the name. First instar spiderlings available, notable for the Christmas tree rump pattern seen in many Pamphobeteus species; captive bred by Sven Köppler, imported by Arachnoiden.

The photo above is of a post-molt, young semi-adult female.

The photo below is of a P. sp. “cascada” pairing:




photo courtesy B. Weber/C. Andre.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 0.5 × 0.5 in