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Giant Tambourine trapdoor
Shiny girl #2 is alive and well. Currently my largest specimen from this genus (2" DLS)
This little female has extended her above ground tube at least another 20mm
My biggest female with the biggest attitude of all my Arbanitis specimens. 50mm DLS
After sitting on my hand the entire trip home, this little sweetheart was happy to explore her new container
This new specimen shows they grow much larger than I thought
Arbanitis sp. Gold
The aggressive one
She was a little too attached the her old molt. It was both come out or nothing at all. Luckily the escapee was dealt with
She attac. Arbanitis sp.
A different species to A Longipes and absolutely massive. She is super docile and didn't mind one last handling session before introduction to her...
One last handle will rehousing it to it's larger forest floor setup
Presumed Longipes in heavy premolt but doesn't have the characteristic tan hairs on the carapace. She is a monster and the picture doesn't do her...
Mt. Tambourine variant. Completely gold carapace
Yet another of mine has layed an eggsack, meaning all 8 have successfully paired and I can release even more back into the wild
The teeny tiniest slings ever! Suuuuper adorable little things. Can’t wait for them to grow big and have shiny carapaces. Thanks so much...
Coastal Red Legged trapdoor. Never thought I'd ever find primitives 20m from the shore line but here were 700 or so