The more slender male averages 12 millimeters (0.47 in) in size. There usually is a red patch between the eyes, with red spots over the body. The eye region is clothed with white appressed hairs. The legs are green to yellow, with very long black spines, and covered with black spots.
This species of spider found in India and Myanmar. This spider is normally found in shrubs..
The green lynx spider very seldom bites humans, and its bite is harmless though painful. It is primarily of interest for its use in agricultural pest management, for example in cotton fields. The spiders have been observed to hunt several moth species and their larvae, including some of the most important crop pests, such as the bollworm moth (Heliothis zea), the cotton leafworm moth (Alabama agrillacea) and the cabbage looper moth (Trichoplusia ni). However, they also prey on beneficial insects, such as honey bees.
Lat: 13.93, Long: 75.57
Spotted on Dec 2, 2011
Submitted on Jul 25, 2012
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