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Jumping spider

Opisthoncus parcedentatus


Approximately 14mm long. Largish abdomen maybe female.


Hiding in the branches of a small shrub in a local nature and sports reserve.


These spiders construct a 'retreat' between leaves or by partially rolling a leaf with silk. They usually have an opening at both ends. Retreats are used to hided in at night and during winter.

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Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway a year ago

Thanks Tukup. Luckily many of ours are either very distinctive or common so I think most are described now.. at least in the occupied parts of the country.

Tukup a year ago

Cool spider Mark. I love jumping spiders they they are almost impossible to ID with any certainty here. Thanks for sharing.

Mark Ridgway
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Mark Ridgway

Ferntree Gully, Victoria, Australia

Spotted on Mar 27, 2021
Submitted on Mar 29, 2021

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