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A good example of a typical Atracid burrow
Really impressed by how she made this
Little does it know, when it started sealing off its burrow, it created the perfect opening for me to watch it molt... O.O
Perfectly round entry, interior neatly clad in silk with little to no exterior webbing. May protrude 10mm-300mm above ground depending on the...
Arbanitis are hands down the most widespread and versatile genus I know. They occupy the entire east coast of Aus and live anywhere from...
Burrow amongst oak and toxicodendron litter
My C. minax is busy digging substrate these days. Possibly pre moult.
I mean at least this guy makes my container have some character to it. Master decorator
She's only got one entry for now but heres a perfect example of the false lids they employ to conceal the burrow
Arbanitis sp. How long could you survive?
My C. minax dug about 5 Inches down and hit the bottom... maybe it needs more substrate.
My corpulent C. elegans did some remodeling over the weekend to allow its burrow to accommodate its ponderous bulk.
I think it’s about 1.5 inches...
Well it just turned 2019 Down Under and Golden Tube Spider has ventured outside to mark the occasion
Golden Tube Spider has finally done its job. Not quite the 20cm tubes found in the wild but this is more than adequate for me. This Arbanitis sp....
He finally in its burrow. Even digging up dirt.
My Brachypelma Vagans, Big Man with a ruler. I'm guessing about 3/4 of an inch or close to an 1 inch!
He decided to close up his burrow today and...
Adult female E. murinus ~6"
Someone looks to be a big booty sling.
Kidding... Actually a very awesome little 1 in. Harpactira pulchripes sling. But he's made so many burrow openings that I never know where he's...