H.Formidabilis
Just rehoused her into a setup with a nice artificial tree stump. Will update as she builds triplines
@Dave1969 I'd happily catch one for you if I had an opportunity to get more, but this one was sheer luck. Mt Tambourine where this one came from is the only place I see them semi-regularly, but I don't like digging up stuff in national parks (even though I don't believe invertebrates are counted as protected in most national Park zones but i could be wrong)
 
Thanks. H. formidabalis, any Missulena, and any Barychelidae are on my list. I've been able to tick off H. cerberea and an Australothele sp.. they'll come sooner or later. Did you see that JJ little Stings has Idiosoma slings on their site?
 
@Dave1969 just checked and saw, guess what's next on the list lol

I've got a gravid Missulena Bradleyi at the moment, if she successfully lays I'll hold some slings for you. Pretty sure she's the only of my 3 girls that accepted my male
 
I grabbed my big Idiosoma girl, two Cataxia, and some Urodacus manicatus from JJ. I was pretty happy with his service and his trapdoors, when available, are close enough in price to what private collectors ask.
 

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