Cataxia sp. "Wilson's Promontory"
One of the most bizarre species I've encountered. This undescribed lidless trapdoor lives in nearly pure sand on the coast, where it constructs 15mm high freestanding turrets. So far, one of the most southern Idiopids in Australia, being found in Wilson's Promontory. Also related to some WA species.
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