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An actual common name doesnt exist so this spider is now the 'Platinum Trapdoor'.
...mainly because it's easier to say than 'the calistoga...
In less than a single day, my Aname sp. Gold has unearthed a rediculous amount of substrate. Her plant is now in peril
Her and her damn cork bark again
Yuki (Aname sp. Gold) was outside as usual, wanting food. The moment she got her cricket, she launched off her bark and onto my hand. I will be...
Namea sp. Tambourine "Black".
I haven't had any means of measuring her fangs yet, but 11mm chelicerae behind each fang is certainly aids this...
Even in her new enclosure, Yukinoshita will not ditch her cork bark. At least I know for sure her unusual terrestrial behaviour is due to true...
Yukinoshita in her new setup, with a little added greenery. Time will tell if she will chew it up
Yukinoshita (Aname sp. Gold) doing a stroll on the way to her new and hopefully permanent setup
Aname sp. Gold. She's getting rehoused today with better substrate that should hopefully make her feel more comfortable with digging. As much as I...
so metallic that the glare is messing with my camera.
This high-altitude species is only found in the sierras
Yukinoshita munching under her prized cork bark
Only found in the high sierras
Yukinoshita posing on her favourite piece of cork bark
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....
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...
Not impressed with the misting action
Arbanitis sp. Wooli and Aname sp. Gold
Who doesn't love nemesiidae
Still on her favourite piece of cork bark