The olive green tarantula with brown hair is called the Trinidad Olive. This insect has an abdomen chevroned in yellow and gold, which gives it a beautiful appearance that cannot be found anywhere else! The female matures into golden color when she reaches maturity- half again as large compared to males. It should also be noted how important their size difference is: while both genders share similar markings on various body parts (such as legs), only females hold onto those brighter shades throughout development.
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