Psalmopoeus pulcher, commonly referred to as the “Panama blonde tarantula”, is an arboreal spider that can be found in Colombia and Panama. Adult specimens can reach leg spans of up to 6 inches or slightly larger. The species was first described by Russian arachnologist Alexander Ivanovitch Petrunkevitchin in the year 1925. As mentioned earlier, Psalmopoeus is a beautiful arboreal tarantula species originating from Panama, near the Panama Canal. The species has a shimmery golden carapace and peachy pink legs that contrast with a black patterned abdomen. It’s worth noting that this species tends to be much calmer than others within this genus and is less likely to bolt out of their enclosure. For their housing needs, Psalmopoeus pulcher requires a tall arboreal setup with cork bark and silk leaves. They prefer drinking from their foliage and enclosure walls, although a water dish should be provided. The recommended diet for this species includes crickets, roaches, and mealworms. Psalmopoeus has a medium-fast growth rate and requires misting a day or two out of the week to provide humidity and drinking water. Good ventilation is a must for their housing setup.