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Hadronyche Levittgreggae

Sling that recently molted

Hadronyche Levittgreggae
RezonantVoid, Oct 15, 2019
    • Dave1969
      Wow, what a stunning Hadronyche sp.. I'd put it up with A. sutherlandi for looks. Then again all the atracid variations have something about them.
    • RezonantVoid
      @Dave1969 she's definitely alout more stout than some of my others, but she's only 9mm long rn so I'll see if that stays the same as she grows
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    • Dave1969
      @RezonantVoid, have you got any A. sutherlandi? The couple that I have are a beautiful chocolate brown and they make a wonderful web.
    • Androxian
      He's the sling that @RezonantVoid deserves and the one he needs right now.
    • RezonantVoid
      @Dave1969 nah no Sutherlandi yet but got someone catching a few for me soon. I have Robustus, Valida, Lamingtonensis, Levittgreggae, Infensa, Macquariensis, Versuta, Cerberea and Formidabilis currently
    • Dave1969
      @RezonantVoid, All good. I only have cerberea, infensa, robustus, sutherlandi, and versuta. If you have someone collecting for you the following information might not be useful, nonetheless, a guy that I grabbed two sutherlandi specimens from just posted some more on a couple of closed Facebook pages (1-3 cm including legs). The spiders that I received from him were very reasonably priced, good condition, and packaged well. my profile pic is one of them.
    • patrick nimbs
      Are they one of the most aggressive funnel web spiders?
    • RezonantVoid
      @patrick nimbs from what I can tell, Levittgreggae seems pretty chill. If you want aggression, try other Cerberea group species like Formidabilis and Cerberea. Those 2 would gladly take a misplaced finger
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