there is only one "little" problem: you are from the US while I am from Europe (Germany) and over here it is already freezing (in the nights about -10 to -15°C) => IMO the shipping is too risky! =:-(Originally posted by invertepet
Martin, I'd be willing to try a breeding loan if you want. I'm not positive of the sex of mine, but it SEEMS like a gemale...
Interesting, Alex! Does anyone happen to know any major differences anatomically between gorgyella and stasimopeus (please forgive spelling errors )? Thanks,Originally posted by Alex S.
This makes the spider even more leading to the Nemesiidae (funnel-webs) as some Nemesiid species do build a burrow with out the full funnel webbing and instead with just a few strands of silk protruding from the mouth of the burrow which act as trip-lines for passing prey.
Wow!Originally posted by Alex S.
Some basic differences is that the Gorgyrella have thicker legs while the Stasimopus have thinner legs. The stasimopus also have larger Chelicerae compared to body size while the Gorgyrella have smaller chelicerae compare to body size.
Might be the glossy trapdoor, Barychelidae sp.?.Originally posted by Bob the thief
Actually I am becoming more and more interested in trap doors I think I may try colony thing I already have one...
I got him from pat from regal in a show but he doesn't look like and black trapdoor. I've seen he said it was a *new species* but i've never seen a black trapdoor like this one he has a grayer more dull metallic color