Phlogius sp.
Rhino1

Phlogius sp.

When you can munch three extra large crickets at once and still smile for the camera.
80% sure this is P.Crassipes "Hampden" form if I'm seeing correctly. They have a slightly more.. primitive? look compared the other Crassipes variants which is why I chose Hampden over the others when purchasing a sling. It's kinda hard to describe but if you see enough pics you'll get what I mean
 
Not 100% sure mate but your explanation sounds pretty darn good to me. Unknown tiny little sling I picked up from a pet shop, hmm maybe around 18 —20 months old now.
This particular T blocks its burrow and then clambers up to the highest point in the tank and webs itself in each and every time we have decent rain, better predictions than the weather man.
 
@Rhino1 yea lol scorpions are also great rain detectors, especially Yaschenkoi.

I reckon there's a good chance it's Crassipes "Hampden". If it was Strennus the whole container would look like a GBB enclosure
 

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