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These shiny black peacock spiders are found on the beaches of south-west WA. Females are white with speckles to blend in with the sand. They are closely related to our undescribed SA species, but differ in leg colour among other things.
Food: Large pinheads, average feeding is crickets every three days.
The cricket should be half the body size of the spider (excl legs)
These jumpers require fine beach sand or very fine crushed shells to enable them to make their sleeping sacks in the sand. Keep the sand dry.
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