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Brisbane brush-footed trapdoor
Seqocrypta jakara (QM) |
(or a closely related species)
female: 24 mm|
male: about 22 mm
This species builds a broad, shallow burrow with a hidden double door, typically in forest locations; adults may wander above ground during wet periods in winter and thus venture into houses or swimming pools
Uncertain; like other members of the same family this spider may have quite toxic venom and can produce a very painful bite so it should be handled with caution
Important surface features of this species are the robust legs with stiff bristles, the mottled abdomen, and the short spinnerets.
Known Range: This species is quite common in South-east Queensland and Northern NSW.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: A variety of other trapdoor and false funnel-web species.
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Last updated 4 January 2022.