Euoplos sp. Mt Tambourine 0.1
RezonantVoid

Euoplos sp. Mt Tambourine 0.1

At least some people know how pack properly, this is the second last true spider I will be adding to the collection
Haha what are the chances, we live on 20 acres of rainforest at the base of Mt Tamborine- very cool choice. Also there are some scattered small populations of tree funnel web Hadronyche formidibillis in the area as well
 
@Rhino1 Tambourine has a bit of everything, I really want to get back there soon. It has Formidabilis and Valida, These Trapdoors, Stanwellia, an Arbanitis sp. trapdoor, curtain webs... The lost goes on and on. I love how spiny these guys' legs are. But man, I'd love Formidabilis one day
 

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