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Hadronyche macquariensis
BushYeti, Dec 10, 2019
RezonantVoid and lostbrane like this.
    • MrGhostMantis
      Thicker than a snicker
      Heavy as a Chevy.
    • RezonantVoid
      Where was this collected? I deal with Macq all the time and it doesnt look like any ive seen. Typically they have a very boxy rectangular carapace and the abdomen is longer than it is wide
    • BushYeti
    • RoachCoach
      Man that is literally black. Not just black-black but black garlic black.
    • RezonantVoid
      Location is right, but the carapace is throwing me off. Could be Levittgreggae or something. Ive run out of gallery space to upload an image, but if you go to my Non-T primitives thread in the Other Spiders & Arachnids section i have several good photos where you csn really see how rectangular the carapace is
    • RoachCoach
      Damnit. I had to go to sleep and now I'm spam searching what it might be and i'm not even an arachnologist
    • MrGhostMantis
      Bet you won’t find it until 2am.
    • RezonantVoid

      This is Macquariensis, i forgot that only juvis have the rectangular abdomen as well but compare the carapace. This is a 55mm DLS adult
      RoachCoach likes this.
    • BushYeti
      @RezonantVoid ahha cool cool i'll see if i can fins pics of my aqua H. maq
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