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Trapdoor / Funnel-web / Mouse spider (Mygalomorphae)Hadronyche nimoola

Funnel-web Spider

refer to M. Gray Records of the Australian Museum v.62: 285-392 (2010) pp.342-345. Identifying features separating the genus Hadronyche from the other two funnel-web genera Atrax and Illawarra are: caput (raised section of carapace bearing eyes) moderately to strongly raised; male tibia II is either unmodified or bears a rounded, rather than large, prominent swelling. Distinguishing feature of Hadronyche nimoola include small-moderate size (carapace length 6-7mm), caput high and wide, rising steeply from fovea, metatarsus II does not have a swelling.   

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Hadronyche nimoola (Funnel-web Spider) at Bournda Environment Education Centre - 9 Nov 2018 Hadronyche nimoola (Funnel-web Spider) at Southern Forest Life - 19 Jun 2018 Hadronyche nimoola (Funnel-web Spider) at Southern Forest Life - 18 Jun 2018
Hadronyche nimoola (Funnel-web Spider) at Bournda Environment Education Centre - 9 Nov 2018
Hadronyche nimoola (Funnel-web Spider) at Southern Forest Life - 19 Jun 2018
Hadronyche nimoola (Funnel-web Spider) at Southern Forest Life - 18 Jun 2018

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Paul Whitington, Wonboyn - male (Hadronyche nimoola)
Paul Whitington, Wonboyn - note steeply rising caput (Hadronyche nimoola)
Paul Whitington, Wonboyn - male pedipalp showing bulb and embolus (copulatory organ) (Hadronyche nimoola)

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