Brush-Footed Trapdoor Spider - Maybe Idiommata Sp.

Brush-Footed Trapdoor Spider

Maybe Idiommata Sp.

Family: Barychelidae. Over 100 Australian species in 12 genera.
Size: Body 10-35 mm
Distribution: All over Australia
Habitat:
References: Whyte and Anderson

Danger: Bites are rare and there are no known medical complications.

Note that dead spiders usually fade in colour, so nearly all the spiders will look blacker or darker in colour in real life than they do in the photos of dead spiders from the museum.

Brush-Footed Trapdoor Spider - Maybe Idiommata Sp.
Photo taken at Australian Museum, Sydney. High Resolution 3232 x 2480.

Recommended Reading

Spiders of Australia: Australian Green Guides, by Terence LindseySpiders of Australia: Australian Green Guides, by Terence Lindsey.

This is a smaller one at 96 pages. From the publisher, "The Australian Green Guides have been created for wildlife enthusiasts of all ages. The most commonly asked questions are answered with particular emphasis on fascinating behavioural insights into both common and unusual creatures. The pages are alive with entertaining and informative text accompanied by exciting action photography."

Purchase from Australia (Booktopia)

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