- Hi all, can anyone identify this fella I found the other night after a drizzly Brisbane Autumn day? I'm in two minds if he is a brown trapdoor or Hadronyche Infensa. He was in our dog runs, in a fully enclosed kitchen galley room not attached to our house. This room has a small drain outlet in the centre. I covered him with a clear 4 litre plastic container and observed his reaction as I slid the container towards me. He raised himself to strike as funnelwebs do, but this was more as a defensive measure. I have read that trapdoors are capable of the same. I did not prod or provoke him with any object, but whenever the container was slid along the floor, he would assume the position. He definately has 'boxing glove' shaped palps and I can't see any sign of spurs on the second leg. His colouring which I thought on the night was almost black appears to be a dark brown and lighter underneath. He isn't what you would term hairy as in tarantulas, but looking closely there are hairs visible on the legs. The other concern is the clearly visible spinnerets, I have not measured them, but he is pictured next to a table spoon. I was thinking the trapdoors have no visible spinnerets, I am hoping I am wrong there.