1. Euoplos variabilis

    Euoplos variabilis

  2. Euoplos thynnearum

    Euoplos thynnearum

  3. Trapdoor threat display.

    Trapdoor threat display.

    Naww Golden Trapdoor species Euoplos "Grandis" is an inland form, still just as angry as the other GTs, they are all balls of pure rage and so darn quick to act. All my GTs make me nervous and can't help but think "yep, one day, you WILL bite me"
  4. Golden Trapdoor 2.

    Golden Trapdoor 2.

    One of the seven different euoplos sp. I keep. The most pronounced trait they have in common is they all have such a short fuse. Angry spiders.
  5. Golden Trapdoor

    Golden Trapdoor

    Recently moulted euoplos sp.
  6. The big GT

    The big GT

    Female Golden Trapdoor, Euoplos variabilis
  7. Aww Trapdoor slings

    Aww Trapdoor slings

    I'm losing my mind from cuteness overload here and trying my hardest not to flood the gallery. Golden Trapdoor spiderlings are my weakness - Euoplos Variabilis
  8. Golden Trapdoor slings

    Golden Trapdoor slings

    Awwww My first little explorer, I shall name you Rhino junior. (Euoplos variabilis)
  9. Euoplos From Brisbane, Australia

    Euoplos From Brisbane, Australia

    Euoplos from around brisbane area
  10. Euoplos sp. sling eyes

    Euoplos sp. sling eyes

    The previous picture of this golden beauty blurred her eyes. Hopefully this is a bit better.
  11. Euoplos sp.

    Euoplos sp.

    First time this little golden one has risen from the substrate in the two months since she arrived as an unknown trapdoor from a private property in Bellthorpe, Qld. Now that she's a little bigger, and I can see her eyes, I can narrow her down to the genus level.
  12. Euoplos variabilis

    Euoplos variabilis

    The big girl, out and wandering about because I had neglected to throw her a bone in the appropriate timeframe. Feeding complete. All is neat. She's tucked away in her burrow, lid closed, to dream her sweet dreams well into the morrow.
  13. Euoplos turrificus

    Euoplos turrificus

    My girl appears to be a lefty like me. While burrowing to approximately 12cm, her excess substrate balls have been thrown out of her home and mostly to one side. Some have left their splatter on the ceiling 5cm above her turret. Circled in red... leftovers out the door.
  14. Euoplos Turrificus

    Euoplos Turrificus

    I'm aiming to get a recording of her hunting prey. she's apparently extra game and not only took down her first large cricket last night but came outside to dump the remains (unless she flung it from her palisade)
  15. Euoplos Turrificus inside palisade

    Euoplos Turrificus inside palisade

    This is not a toilet seat you want to sit on
  16. Euoplos Turrificus

    Euoplos Turrificus

    Palisade trapdoor in its palisade
  17. Euoplos Variabilis sub-adult male

    Euoplos Variabilis sub-adult male

    Look at this beautiful boi
  18. E.Variabilis feeding

    E.Variabilis feeding

    Have never observed my previous specimen eat, but this one is always keen
  19. E.Variabilis building a lid (GIF)

    E.Variabilis building a lid (GIF)

    some mad spinneret action
  20. Euoplos Variabilis

    Euoplos Variabilis

    Best guess is Mt Tambourine locale. A bit twitchy, but didn't take half an hour to seperate from the paper towel like my other one did