What to do when the second helping turns up while you're still busy with your first? No biggy.
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Fantastic photos that tell such an interesting story. Thank you!
BUT records on the SANSA virtual museum are a tad confusing. Is there sexual dimorphism? Ansie Dippenaar mentions the males and females being of a similar size but males have "strong tubercles on their chelicerae used during mating" - see http://www.ispot.org.za/node/134408
Based on the above link this is not L. festiva unless if the red/black in the abdominal pattern is quite variable. Experts, please?
From Kleinmond, a little dorpie by the sea in the south of South Africa
Lat/Lng: -34.33702, 19.035448