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Two-Striped jumper

Telamonia dimidiata

Description:

Females can reach a body length of 9–11 mm (0.35–0.43 in), males can reach a length of 8–9 mm (0.31–0.35 in). The female is light yellowish, with a very white cephalus and red rings surrounding the narrow black rings round the eyes. Two longitudinal bright red stripes are present on the opisthosoma.[3] The male is very dark, with white markings, and red hairs around the eyes. They appear in Singapore, Indonesia, Pakistan, Iran, India, and Bhutan. T. dimidiata is non-venomous and produces no toxin significant to humans.

Habitat:

Foliage in wooded environments.

Notes:

The Two-Striped Telamonia is more commonly called the Two-Striped Jumper, or Telamonia dimidiata. It can be found in the rain forests and tropical environments, it is not considered poisonous.

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Shiva

Telangana, India

Spotted on Sep 9, 2018
Submitted on Sep 29, 2018

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