Giant wishbone spider (Aname sp. 1) juveniles

(2 customer reviews)


Giant wishbone spiders are brutal feeders!

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The giant wishbone spider is a species of Anamid trapdoor/wishbone spider in the genus Aname and found in the SA mallee, Victoria and NSW in large, open, silk lined burrows. This species grows to a max leg span of 95mm and is extremely defensive!  the spiders will assume a threat pose and repeatedly strike at any disturbance. They are great eaters and almost never refuse food. They prefer clay-based substrate and will usually build multiple entrances to their tunnel in captivity.


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2 reviews for Giant wishbone spider (Aname sp. 1) juveniles

  1. OLLY (verified owner)

    Very active and defensive as be warned. Absolutely beautiful with red and black colours. Great size. Not as big as my adult Tarantulas, but still massive. Highly recommended Bug Frenzy 😁

  2. Chris Hall (verified owner)

    Very nice and very defensive

    Image #1 from Chris Hall

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