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I've had the girl for about three months. Her burrow is open. The first time I've looked under it in about three weeks... I see this.
Collected this absolutely gorgeous specimen of a arbinitis away from my local area. The shot, through plastic, does not do her justice.
My first ever spooder, now living in the dead grass bundle I found her living in last January
Arbanitis sp. that is holding back her carpentry skills and living the ground life. However, as long as she is happy, I'm happy with either tube...
Photo taken prior to housing. She now opens her burrow when ready for a feed.
Beautiful chocolate brown this girl.
"In his spire, overlooking the City of Tears..."
This little Arbanitis sp. Gold sling has decided he has surpassed his terrestrial brethren and...
She be fast
Very dark species but I already have one dubbed sp. Black
New mystery box addition. Arbanitis sp. that also happens to be another tube spider!
Arbanitis sp. about to be sent away to its new home
Also has extremely stripey legs compared many of its fellow genus members
A very elusive and unique species among this genus. It is one of only a few that construct lids. but more than that, it hinges them from the...
Quick bumble around my hand while transferring to her new, much larger enclosure. Absolutely beautiful
Arbanitis sp. Gold, my first trapdoor who pretty much started me on my arachnid adventure. Today, she is finally getting a castle fit for a queen
Dark coloured Arbanitis Longipes with no pattern and not much metallic hair.
Tube spider species.
1 year in the making. Arbanitis sp., Golden tube spider
Golden tube spider, Arbanitis sp. This is the first video I've been able to take of her since she arrived last year