Unfortunately, while a rehouse was necessary, they don't cope too well with them and it can take up to a week for them to finally decide to settle down. She has made a starter burrow where I predicted and webbed the enclosure perimeter, but not made any triplines yet
Remember this massive girl? She came to me on 11 July and refused food ever since. I rarely see her out of her little tunnel as well so I thought I would just try to feed her tonight and I was not disappointed.
I have been trying to readd this species to the collection for quite some time. Now I have a beautiful big female and not a falsely labelled male, I can really observe her and compare how the primary specimen of Infensa group compares to other ones. Currently the second deadliest spider known
'Tis the season of rehousing here, and many of my specimens that have outgrown their enclosures are getting new ones, mold replacements or simply a setup better suited to their behavioural needs. The larger of my 2 H.Macquariensis girls got her new setup today as well