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Also has extremely stripey legs compared many of its fellow genus members
A very elusive and unique species among this genus. It is one of only a few that construct lids. but more than that, it hinges them from the...
Quick bumble around my hand while transferring to her new, much larger enclosure. Absolutely beautiful
Arbanitis sp. Gold, my first trapdoor who pretty much started me on my arachnid adventure. Today, she is finally getting a castle fit for a queen
So after alot or confusion and revision, I now have the following species: Namea Salanitri, Mallee and sp. Tambourine"Black". The recent specimen...
Mahogany bitey thing.
1 year in the making. Arbanitis sp., Golden tube spider
Golden tube spider, Arbanitis sp. This is the first video I've been able to take of her since she arrived last year
Arbanitis sp. Coramba has finally let me take not just a bunch of photos, but a full video of her catching food. She is in heavy premolt and still...
Have never observed my previous specimen eat, but this one is always keen
She's finally putting on a bit of weight in her abdomen, she can only eat 2 small crickets per day or else appears to run out of digestive fluids....
some mad spinneret action
Arbanitis sp. Wooli. One of the few specialised environment species in this genus I have. Body length of 43mm
Best guess is Mt Tambourine locale. A bit twitchy, but didn't take half an hour to seperate from the paper towel like my other one did
The other species I ordered. Arrived in excellent shape and is huge. [Edit] site changed description, this one is from South eastern Queensland
Wrong species I ordered and in terrible shape. Never had a specimen so eager for food just minutes after unboxing. I've had the good experiences...