Brachypelma emilia, captive-bred, native to western Mexico. This medium-size, New World terrestrial, is slow growing & long-lived. A hardy, good display species recommended for all levels.
One of the more popular of the red-legged Brachypelma, Brachypelma emilia has been in the hobby longer than most of its cousins. It has the distinction of being found farther north in western Mexico than any other. The dark, triangular mask on the carapace is distinctive.
|Dimensions||1.0 × 0.5 × 0.5 in|