Aname sp. SA Mallee "black" 1
One of the numerous Anamids found in the South Australian Mallee.
I have a buddie that’s moving to Australia and he Asked me to visit him ThereAnd I wanna bring back some specimens I’m curious how would I do this?I live in the Central United States.
 
I have a buddie that’s moving to Australia and he Asked me to visit him ThereAnd I wanna bring back some specimens I’m curious how would I do this?I live in the Central United States.
I really hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it's physically impossible mate. I wish so bad we could share our spiders, but Australia has absurdly strict biosecurity laws that prevent any Invertebrates leaving and only a small list of ones can come in, and even then only for scientific research.
 
I really hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it's physically impossible mate. I wish so bad we could share our spiders, but Australia has absurdly strict biosecurity laws that prevent any Invertebrates leaving and only a small list of ones can come in, and even then only for scientific research.
Vary sad about this.
 

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