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Rhino1

Hadronyche sp.

Toowoomba funnel web, I don't often get a chance to take a pic of these as they are forever in their lair, thank god for re housing photo opportunities. *Note the venom dripping fangs, reminds me of a slobbery dog- awww who's a good boy then!

Hadronyche sp.
Rhino1, Apr 29, 2019
    • Vanisher
      Veeeery easy to be all tough and cocky when one has a venom that toxic!!!
    • Rhino1
      Honestly, they are fairly chilled and easy to work with, my golden Trapdoors on the other hand are off tap, massive anger issues with those hombres
    • RezonantVoid
      Damn Infensa are like impossible to get hold of for some reason. Just rehoused my Valida today and her docility has doubled along with her size thank goodness.
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    • Vanisher
      Aha, Golden trapdoor you say! All those genus seems to be rather nasty!?
    • Rhino1
      Yeah everything else I own can be prodded into a cup, euoplos sp. just latch on to the paintbrush or skewer the split second it touches them (and I just lift them into the deli cup lol)
    • Vanisher
      Sounds like that P cancerides female i had! Those where the days!
    • Vanisher
      Euoplos varabilis looks beutiful! I saw picture on one
    • RezonantVoid
      Can confirm Euoplos are absolute jerks when it comes to rehousing. They are one of few creatures that can cause me to feel sadness for whatever inanimate object I'm moving them with
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    True Spiders & Other Arachnids
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    Date:
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