@BushYeti I have a single sling but didn't get a chance to do any hunting today. Very strong mottling on the legs and a more silver carapace
Admittedly they are the hardest to catch that I've found because:
A) the burrow is easily the most camoflauged of nearly any mygalomorph species, B) the burrow walls are lined with ultra thin silk, making them impossible to dig up in the loose forest soil they live in and C) they are a strictly nocturnal species that will never, even in captivity, hunt at day.
If you have keen vision, you can spot their strike zone (a ring of silk about 3-5mm from the edge of the lid, covered in debris) around the Curtis Falls track and the retaining walls of the Botanical gardens and surrounding trails