Cyriocosmus elegans. Common name: Trinidad Dwarf Tiger. With constant feeding and with temperatures in the low to mid 80's, it will probably reach full size within two (2) years at this growth rate. Adult Size: I read that they get two inches (2"). Mine is only one and one-half inches (1- 1/2"). NAME: Cyriocosmus elegans COMMON NAMES:Trinidad Dwarf ORIGIN: Trinidad, Venezuela, Tobago ADULT SIZE: 1.5 to 2 inches TEMPERATURE: 75 to 85 degrees HUMIDITY: 75% - 80% TEMPERAMENT: Skittish TYPE: Terrestrial (Burrowing) LIFESPAN: About 7 years BREEDING DIFFICULTY: EGG SAC SIZE: NOTES: This small spider reaches mature size very quickly, Author: Dflybri.
Mar 26, 2005 · Cyriocosmus elegans Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions ' started by David and they will take advantage of it quickly.They are avid burrows and make quite elaborate burrows.They should reach mature size in about a year.."maybe" sooner.I had males mature out in just 11-12 months breeding the females at appr the same age.They. Sep 09, 2009 · My cyriocosmus Elegans Mine hasn't been eating for a while, and I don't see it coming out of it's burrow. I put moss with soil substrate and it adapted really well, creating a little house of moss with plenty of access holes. I haven't seen it in a while though, it never comes out, I don't see new webs, and it doesn't eat.
Cyriocosmus elegans is a fossorial species of tarantula that is known to reach maturity quickly, sometimes in a year's time. Adult size is around 1.5" to 2" diagonal leg span (DLS), from leg I on one side to leg IV on the opposite side.Family: Theraphosidae. Can reach full size in about two years. Name: Cyriocosmus elegans: the name seems to translate to “ Cyrio-” main, “-cosmus ” space, and “ elegans ” elegant. Thus it is the elegant main space tarantula. The common name refers to the striping on its abdomen and one .
The genus is presented by 14 described species of one of the smallest tarantulas of the World, wich the biggest represebtatives reaching 5 cm, but most are just 2-3 cm in the size of a body. Known mature males of species are appreciably much smaller than females (adult males of C. elegans can reach just a few mm in LS over 1 cm) and do not.