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Arbanitis sp. that is holding back her carpentry skills and living the ground life. However, as long as she is happy, I'm happy with either tube...
Photo taken prior to housing. She now opens her burrow when ready for a feed.
Beautiful chocolate brown this girl.
Problem child when rehoused.
She's an absolute beauty. More golden than my Euoplos variabilis GT. Arrived sans one of her second legs. Scraps with the best of them. My...
"In his spire, overlooking the City of Tears..."
This little Arbanitis sp. Gold sling has decided he has surpassed his terrestrial brethren and...
She be fast
Still doesn't want to settle in yet. Definitely a pattern with Cataxia sp.
This is not a toilet seat you want to sit on
Palisade trapdoor in its palisade
Very dark species but I already have one dubbed sp. Black
Look at this beautiful boi
Unsure of species but she's a whopper size with an attitude to match. This picture makes her look tiny, but she's probably my largest trapdoor now
New mystery box addition. Arbanitis sp. that also happens to be another tube spider!
She has plenty of energy to spare
She hasn't settled in well, presumably because she dislikes my substrate mixture. She has been moved onto straight cocopeat, which my 3 Cataxia...
Arbanitis sp. about to be sent away to its new home
Newest addition. Some species from this genus are known to make ornate burrows and arrange sticks, twigs and dried grass intricately around the...
Second photo of my Spiny Trapdoor juvenile in its new, MUCH larger enclosure
Has been desperately in need of a rehouse for a while, and had an MM unfortunately pass so there was a new free enclosure that was just the right...