Nemesiidae sp. FNQ
Dave1969

Nemesiidae sp. FNQ

Nemesiid from Far North Qld. Playing around with a macro lens attachment for my phone.
I love the chocolate colour. I have this one and a smaller one. I'll be picking another small one up tomorrow from a good fellow hitting some hard times.
 
@Dave1969 how big exactly is this one? It reminds me of a smaller genus, Ixamatus. They are quite uncommon outside national Park and private property, but I've found alot of I.Webbae males from the latter down around Coffs before. Males are really colourful with quite high yellow gold shine
 
@RezonantVoid, this one is approximately 20mm body length (35mm+ total) and does come from circa Cairns so if it has a Northern NSW cuz, sis, or bro it would most likely be a rainforest species. I'd say she's a mature female. The guy I bought her from said she was one of the larger ones he had seen.
 
@Dave1969 to me it sounds like *potential* Ixamatus species, I'll a look on findaspiderguide and see if they might assist with an ID. I'm really curious about this one
 
Thanks, the best I have on this one is the family. I have a couple of these beauties. One of them not much bigger than the Idiosoma slings.
 

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