FEMALE Trap-Door Spider
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Trap-Door Spiders
Low Risk to Humans - Non-aggressive
The bite of the Trap-Door Spider is of low risk to humans.

This is a non-aggressive spider - reluctant to stand their ground even when cornered.

Area of distribution - Australia-wide.

Size - an adult is about 35 mm in body length.

Habitat - this spider is a ground dweller, with a burrow retreat.

The trap-Door Spider may construct a wafer-like lid on the burrow entrance.

Home-Owners usually find these spiders in garden areas around the home.

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