The Singapore blue tarantula is an Old World arboreal species that are native to Southeast Asia. Females are bright blue, with almost purple legs. Males are not a colorful and are typically a light brown to grey color.
- Singapore blue tarantulas are nocturnal and hunt at night for invertebrates, small birds, and lizards.
- Females can live up to 14 years, while males have a shorter life span in captivity.
- A female's leg span can reach up to 9 inches.
|Conservation status||Not Evaluated|
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