Arbanitis sp. Black
RezonantVoid

Arbanitis sp. Black

That's my nickname for this jet black species. Unfortunately there is no data on what species from this genus are found where, other than what States they are found in
@REEFSPIDER A.Longipes (AKA Brisbane Brown Trapdoor) is far north of where I am, it's one of the two in 48 species with a commonly known habitat. So far I have confirmed 3 seperate species in an 80 square kilometre area around where I live, they could be from a number of species found in undisclosed areas of New South Wales
 
Also @Ungoliant I'm sure I'm driving you mad when it comes to tagging my Arbanitis trapdoors, but this is not my golden tube spider, just a regular ground dwelling one :D I'll try to be more proactive with tagging them myself to save you trouble
 
@Ungoliant @Ungoliant the common name is rather inaccurately, Brown Trapdoors, despite the fact they are way more gold than brown. The Tube web is exceptional because of its unique burrow structure. I'll go back on all my older ones and add the common name
 

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