Victorian funnel-web spider

Hadronyche modesta

''Hadronyche modesta'', the Victorian funnel-web spider, is found in Victoria.
Victorian Funnel Web Spider I think the photo tells it all.... not a very nice spider to find in the garden. I had never seen one here before and had to catch it and get photos to get it identified. Not as deadly as it's northern cousin but still make you sick.. Australia,Geotagged,Hadronyche modesta,macro,spider

Appearance

A small species compared with other funnel-webs, the Victorian funnel-web has a similar coloration to most other funnel-webs, namely a shiny black carapace and black to dark brown legs and chelicerae, with a matte abdomen with a maroon tinge.

Distribution

The Victorian funnelweb is found in southeastern Australia from the vicinity of Melbourne east through the Dandenong Ranges and into East Gippsland.

Habitat

The Victorian funnelweb is found in southeastern Australia from the vicinity of Melbourne east through the Dandenong Ranges and into East Gippsland.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassArachnida
OrderAraneae
FamilyHexathelidae
GenusHadronyche
SpeciesHadronyche modesta
Photographed in
Australia