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Another new arrival. Arbanitis longipes, the "Longlegged" trapdoor.
Got this girl from Tamborine a while back and now shes heavily gravid. Of all the many Arbanitis i have seen, this one by far has the strongest gold
Bellthorpe tube spider sac hatched this morning, easily close to 300 healthy slings
Rehoused due to mold and testing out her new door for the first time
Spazmatism and Retinazer in their new communal enclosure. Arbanitis sp. Gold
Euoplos from around brisbane area
My one and only specimen of this unique Arbanitis species. Hinges door from the bottom and replaces triplines with a seperate ring of silk...
Arbantis species Goldcoast Trapdoor
The previous picture of this golden beauty blurred her eyes. Hopefully this is a bit better.
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...
I've had the girl for about three months. Her burrow is open. The first time I've looked under it in about three weeks... I see this.
Collected this absolutely gorgeous specimen of a arbinitis away from my local area. The shot, through plastic, does not do her justice.
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....
New Idiosoma sp.
Sad to say goodbye to this beauty. It is going to someone who will look after it.
About to go on a trip. It will be a shame to deconstruct that cute little trapdoor.
Five of these little crackers arrived just after Arachnoboards site maintenance started. I hope that they grow up to be half as beautiful as the...