MM Ixamatus sp. Coramba
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MM Ixamatus sp. Coramba

Another unidentified one from the same location as I.Webbae.
This specimen lacks the tibial megaspine that I.Webbae has so can't be considered the same. Could also be A.Iminica
I'll forever be amazed at vast array of arachnids you show, are aussies just into inverts more there than here? (or just you lol) I haven't really looked but I seem to doubt much like what you have can be had here in US
 
@u bada Australia does have the highest ration of primitive spiders to modern spiders of any country, I think currently we have over 320 primitives alone with more being discovered evey week. Unfortunately, they are HORRIBLY classified so the ones are are classified I try and get as much knowledge about as I can. I'm pretty sure it's just me lmao. And correct, unfortunately our horrible laws prevent us sending any of our natives overseas for your enjoyment. Hadronyche and Atrax can stay but everybody deserves to see our beautiful primitives up close and personal
 

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