Perfectly round entry, interior neatly clad in silk with little to no exterior webbing. May protrude 10mm-300mm above ground depending on the species. One of few primitive spider genus that will live in large open fields
Arbanitis are hands down the most widespread and versatile genus I know. They occupy the entire east coast of Aus and live anywhere from rainforest to dry scrubland and arid hill tops to literally a ball toss away from the ocean shoreline
Another species found 20 minutes away from the one yesterday. This one lacks the extensive concentration of leg hair on legs 1-4 and has a much darker abdomen. A prominent "scar" is visible above her spinnerets
An update of the 4 slings @RezonantVoid sent me.
Suspecting that 1 didn’t make it as I’ve only ever seen 3 burrows at the max at one time. This one pictured, I know for sure has moulted as it’s about 2x the size as it’s other siblings.