I've now been able to have a closer look at the orange butted princess while housing her. Her spinnerets, flattened and obscured by the plastic container in the original picture, indicate Nemesiidae rather than Idiopidae (Arbanitis), and so does her eye pattern. Stanwellia sp... at 6cm she's a bigun
I came home from school pick-up with my younger son. The older boy was able to alert me to Namea sp.'s fresh molt - her first in the three months that she's lived here. She doesn't look her normal brilliant orange, but, she does look like a beautiful ghost through the peekhole.
Yuki (Aname sp. Gold) was outside as usual, wanting food. The moment she got her cricket, she launched off her bark and onto my hand. I will be much more careful managing her feeding now for her own safety
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
Aname sp. Gold. She's getting rehoused today with better substrate that should hopefully make her feel more comfortable with digging. As much as I love seeing her outside, I feel it's mostly because she doesn't like her substrate and id rather her feel happy than me getting to see her more