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Found my first pair of juvenile Southern Tree Dwelling Funnel-webs today in a tree that contained about a dozen visible webs up to 3 metres above...
First day of the New year I went down to the Southern Highlands of NSW and checked out a new area. I found my first ever natural evidence of the...
Newly rehoused sub-adult entering her starter burrow for the first time.
After five weeks the Hadronyche sp. (versuta?) is still the colour of caramel sauce.
Southern Tree Dwelling Funnel-web (H. cerberea) awaiting a dwelling upgrade. Time for some above ground elements.
A picture of a beautiful brown juvie Sydney Funnel-web spider (A. robustus) to lift the spirits in these trying times.
The beautiful dark chocolate girl in the process of being rehoused. Her burrow started within two minutes.
I think the abdomen patterning of...
Reasonably large specimen out and about.
Adult male H. versuta. Found Southern Highlands NSW.
Still small but has easily doubled in size. This is the largest species of Funnelweb
H.Formidabilis being her photogenic self. In broad daylight, she will run to other corner of her enclosure to chase a cricket down
H.Formidabilis is perplexed on how to re-enter her own tunnel
Just rehoused her into a setup with a nice artificial tree stump. Will update as she builds triplines
I have waited far too long and gone through way too many failed capture attempts for this species. Now to make an awesome arboreal enclosure
As you can tell, they love rocks
This unassuming mess is home to Hadronyche Formidabilis
Had another one turn up today
We are unsure of this species, I dug one up and it's pretty unassuming apart from its bone dry habitat
The little dude finally hooked out
H.Macquariensis on an excavation mission. Will be time for a rehouse soon