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0.1 Hadronyche Cerberea

Acting very terrestrial for an arboreal species. Maybe she hasn't realised she's a Southern Tree Funnelweb yet

0.1 Hadronyche Cerberea
RezonantVoid, Feb 11, 2019
    • Arachnophoric
      They have ARBOREAL FUNNEL WEBS?? :eek:
    • RezonantVoid
      @Arachnophoric some of Australia's only known true arboreals are the Northern and Southern tree funnelwebs, the Northern being the deadliest spider in the world. Those 2 and a species of Arbanitis trapdoor that @Dennis Nedry has a few of (very jealous). This specimen does not appear interested in a tree-top lifestyle though.
    • Dennis Nedry
      @RezonantVoid mine are the same, but I think they’d be more interested if you stuffed a hollow piece of wood with coco fibre for them or used a piece of soft tree fern trunk to dig into though
    • RezonantVoid
      @Dennis Nedry I tried that with my Coffs tube web, all she's done is made her tube up the side of the hollow bark. For this Cerberea I have a curved bark piece with another bit acting as a platform underneath it, and was expectiing her to web underneath it. Instead, she's webbed every available surface in the container except the wood
    • BCspiderman7
      I say plant a tree in the middle of your home and watch her make a new home :p

      Kidding aside...Beautiful spider!
    • RezonantVoid
      @BCspiderman7 I cannot deny considering doing so :hilarious: thx mate, she makes the most impressive webbing out all my atracidae so definitely a favourite of mine. She's also the only of my spiders that hasn't uprooted the plants in her container
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