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Dave1969

Namirea planipes

Since her last molt, my Diplurid has gone from the hairy black of a potential Australothele jamiesoni, to a beautiful dusky brown. I suspect that she is Namirea planipes. This is about as good a photo as I will get from her. She's usually deep within her curtain web.

Namirea planipes
Dave1969, Nov 16, 2019
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    • RezonantVoid
      Looking forward to trying take 2 with these guys soon, had one female who got eaten by a hidden cricket while molting :(
    • Dave1969
      @RezonantVoid, that's horrible. I left a cricket in for two days that she didn't smash straight away (her normal behavior), when I saw her molt and the cricket still there I was a little worried. She was okay in the end.

      I'd love more Diplurids. She, along with my Paraembolides, makes an excellent web.
    • RezonantVoid
      @Dave1969 also gotta try take 2 with Paraembolides, mine turned out to be a male and unfortunately I couldn't find anyone willing to either buy him or sell me a female. Pretty little things for sure
    • Dave1969
      @RezonantVoid, I was going to mention Paraembolides. A mate of mine just sent me a photo of a gazillion Paraembolides slings that broke out yesterday. I remembered that you mentioned a take 2 on them before.
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  • Category:
    Other Spiders
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    Dave1969
    Date:
    Nov 16, 2019
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