One angry spider (Namea Salanitri)
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One angry spider (Namea Salanitri)

This thing powers itself by the force of anger alone. Easy transport to the new setup, she just viciously savaged the tongs while I carried her across
@VanessaS I sure hope so! Otherwise I'm gonna need protective gear just to open the container :D Ive tried scrunched bark on the substrate surface since she is a wild catch, hopefully it will feel a little more familiar underfoot
 
@RezonantVoid Awesome pics as always, I enjoy seeing all these exotic species! I couldn't find much online about this one, can you tell me a little more about it, please? Thanks!
 
@Fox402 no worries! So I'm not sure if you're familiar a few of my Hadronyche sp. Funnelwebs, but these Namea sp. ones are so often confused with them that they have got the name False Funnelweb Spiders. They are actually, completely harmless unlike Hadronyche but apparently extremely defensive, which is usually only typical of my Idiopidae species. They have elongated fangs compared to many other primitive spiders and are also know as Wishbone spiders vecaube of their "Y" shaped, double entranced burrows. That's all I got for now I think but I'll let you know once I find out more
 

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