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webs and egg sacs
female: about 35 mm|
male: about 30 mm
In a burrow with only a partial flap-like door and in mossy rainforest areas; adult males wander above ground at night
This species may have low toxicity for humans but males should be handled with caution
Female specimens of many idiopid species are difficult to identify. The spider in the images presented on this page was photographed in a damp rainforest area
near the Queensland - New South Wales border where Homogona pulleinei is relatively common. Homogona pulleinei is a much darker spider than most of the other idiopid species found in South Queensland.
Please note that some lists of Australian spiders may still show this species as Cataxia pulleinei, the Cataxia genus being very similar in appearance to Homogona.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Hadronyche infensa, Aname species and Namea salanitri.
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Last updated 2 November 2009.