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This is a dual-colored spider.. The species is iridescent green-blue. From one angle it looks blue in color and in another angle it looks green in color..!! From the front view, the female's face is black..
Common in the leaves of garden plants, and in forest herbs.Thiania species is distributed throughout the South-East Asia.
These spiders are commonly seen on leaves. The cephalothorax is flat and longer than broad. The abdomen is elongated, rounded at the front end and converging steadily to the spinnerets. Cephalothorax is black or dark colour and followed by a broad, crescent-shaped band of iridescent, bronze-coloured, squamose hairs. First pair of legs are slightly swollen and larger than others.
Spotted on Jan 12, 2012
Submitted on Jun 10, 2012
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