NP. Swift's is where I oggled them too. No worries, when Aussie Steve Nunn comes online here again I am sure he'll respond. In fact, these spiders really fascinate me and I always enjoy Steve's colorful descriptions, attitude and toxicity.
Tommorrow's payday and I have alittle extra cash. I am deciding between these spiders, Pokie spp, or Pamphobeteus spp. Damn, talk about tough choices.
Provide enough substrate for the spider to burrow (I use peat/vermiculite). I don't worry about humidity, just give the surface a good spray every so often, and then let it dry out. The spider will produce its own (extensive in my case) burrow system.
Seems to work for me
The spider's a couple of moults bigger now though and a nice velvety dark colour (it's an S. crassipes from the first import into the UK by the way)