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Common name is Vinegarroons
They usually dig underground burrows with their pedipalps, to which they transport their prey.They may also burrow under logs, rotting wood, rocks, and other natural debris. They prefer humid, dark places and avoid light.
Lat: 13.80, Long: 100.32
Spotted on Jan 29, 2007
Submitted on Oct 1, 2011