1. 0.1 1.5" Hadronyche Cerberea

    0.1 1.5" Hadronyche Cerberea

    Absolute stunner of a Southern Tree Funnelweb, smashing crickets right after a rehouse. My first arboreal and final planned true spider
  2. Deadly Combination (H.Macq)

    Deadly Combination (H.Macq)

    Hoping for the best with my Macquariensis pairing, if he keeps happy dancing for no reason I fear it won't go well
  3. Hug time with H.Macq.

    Hug time with H.Macq.

    Hadronyche Macquariensis MM. You can see the fangs dripping with venom
  4. MM H.Macquariensis on the deathbed

    MM H.Macquariensis on the deathbed

    Lost him last night before I even paired him. I don't normally emotionally attach myself to my inverts but seeing one leg curl up at a time slowly was pretty sad. No idea why he died so early
  5. MM Hadronyche Macquariensis

    MM Hadronyche Macquariensis

    The new pair is now confirmed H.Macquariensis, but I'm not disappointed I think this a completely new species to the captive hobby, and I have the first breeding pair! Keeping him in a small jar for now since I hear its better for MMs to have smaller setups to conserve energy from wandering..?
  6. Hadronyche sp. (presumed Macquariensis) juvenile female

    Hadronyche sp. (presumed Macquariensis) juvenile female

    My female being rehoused into a new small setup until she molts
  7. new Infensa pair

    new Infensa pair

    The previous images dual posted and corrupted themselves somehow. New potentially breeding pair of Hadronyche Infensa. These have more potent venom than a female Atrax Robustus
  8. These pedipalps are 100% male right?

    These pedipalps are 100% male right?

    They even have the red bulge as well bulb endings to them, but the breeder I bought this H.Infensa off as a female is unconvinced. Whats everyone's thoughts?
  9. MM Hadronyche Infensa - The Black Death

    MM Hadronyche Infensa - The Black Death

    Unfortunately looks like I'm sending this one back to the factory, I ordered a female and as stunning and deadly as he is, I want what I pay for
  10. Suddenly not so scary (H.Infensa MM)

    Suddenly not so scary (H.Infensa MM)

    So my most prized spider, my massive, deadly Infensa "female" that molted and became even more massive finally made its debut into the drumming world last night enough to keep me awake since 11pm. The pedipalps are male but what shows it under the abdomen? I'm not too experienced this way
  11. Another Surprise (H.Infensa) re-upload

    Another Surprise (H.Infensa) re-upload

    Seems like all my hexithelids are beginning to molt with the coming of Summer, my Hadronyche Infensa left this for me today. Completely unexpected and unfortunately a cricket that was inside ate half the legs off the molt
  12. Getting Deadly- Hadronyche Infensa

    Getting Deadly- Hadronyche Infensa

    new VERY big female, the venom of this species is more potent than Atrax Robustus
  13. The Princess in her castle

    The Princess in her castle

    One last pic, she can't be called the queen since she's at the bottom of the Hadronyche venom scale but she's no less impressive
  14. Hadronyche Valida Rehoused

    Hadronyche Valida Rehoused

    Happy in her new container. Can't wait to see how she webs since they have awesome strands radiating out from the central tunnel
  15. Hadronyche Valida size

    Hadronyche Valida size

    Think this is a juvenile female, her mood was good enough for me to brave getting a finger close enough for a size comparison photo
  16. My Hadronyche Valida

    My Hadronyche Valida

    Rehousing her today, she has a few mites on her but I have some predatory ones to deal with that. She is in a very good mood today, which is good considering how potent her venom is
  17. Hadronyche Valida threat posture

    Hadronyche Valida threat posture

    Decided to poke her with the tweezers to get this classic pose. Medically significant like all funnelwebs
  18. Hadronyche Valida subadult female

    Hadronyche Valida subadult female

    Hailing from southern Queensland, Australia, these guys like all funnelwebs are quite medically significant. Never handle under any circumstances.