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A small species of wishbone spider from open eucalyptus woodland near Mt. Lofty in the Adelaide hills, SA. The burrow entrance is constructed at a 90 ° angle from the rest of the burrow, which is abnormal short and only reaching 10cm into the ground. The spiders are fairly timid and can be fast moving so be cautious when moving them. In captivity it is difficult to get them to recreate the angled burrow they make in the wild and tend to just make a a mound of dirt covered in silk around the burrow entrance.
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