Namea sp. Tambourine "Black".
I haven't had any means of measuring her fangs yet, but 11mm chelicerae behind each fang is certainly aids this spider with double impaling its prey on the first bite. The ferocity and curiosity of this girl makes her way harder to manage than any of my Atracids
A very elusive and unique species among this genus. It is one of only a few that construct lids. but more than that, it hinges them from the bottom like a drawbridge, and constructs a ring of silk around the burrow in place of triplines. Unlike all my others, this little one has webbed everywhere