Holothele incei tarantulas is a small species originating from scrub and tropical rainforest areas of Trinidad where it is relatively common. Often called the Trinidad Olive it is a fascinating species to rear. Holothele incei males are around half the size of the female when mature and lack the chevron pattern on the abdomen. The carapace takes on a silvery appearance and the legs are grey/brown with the tarsi almost black.
Lasiodora Klugi Tarantula or also known as the Bahia Scarlet Tarantula is endemic to Brazil. The species grows from 8 to 10 inches in size and looks similar to Lasiodora Parahybana. The Klugi however has darker red hairs on its abdomen and has a heavier and thicker build than the Parahybana.